Skip to main content
Chichester CineFile

Chichester CineFile

By Chichester Cinema
The podcast for Chichester Cinema at New Park, Chichester, West Sussex, UK. The films for the next month or so are previewed, plus interviews and film talk.
Listen on
Where to listen
Apple Podcasts Logo

Apple Podcasts

Google Podcasts Logo

Google Podcasts

Overcast Logo

Overcast

Pocket Casts Logo

Pocket Casts

RadioPublic Logo

RadioPublic

Spotify Logo

Spotify

Chichester CineFile, Episode 22, December 2021
This episode will be the last monthly one for now, but the podcast will return for some specials during the year. For December, as usual, the Chichester Cinema at New Park programme for the month is previewed, and the education events from the autumn and ones still to come are discussed. A listener tells us about her unforgettable film, and the podcast team has a spirited discussion about ghosts in film. Watch the website at www.chichestercinema.org, the newsletter and the brochure for news of future podcasts.
53:22
November 30, 2021
Chichester CineFile, Episode 21, November 2021
The French Film Festival UK is starting at the Chichester Cinema at New Park (November 3 to December 11) so the Chichester CineFile podcast is looking ahead at what will be showing as part of the festival, as well as previewing the regular programme at the cinema for the month. There is also a discussion about French cinema in general, and a round up of the education events planned before the end of the year. As well as all this, a listener talks about his unforgettable film – the one that means the most to him.
47:04
October 31, 2021
Chichester CineFile, Episode 20, October 2021
The programme for the month and education events planned for the autumn are the main focus of the October Chichester CineFile podcast. A diverse selection of films for October are discussed, plus details of events such as the one marking Black History Month – an illustrated talk by the Education Team which will look at the TV adaptations of two novels each by British-Jamaican authors Andrea Levy and Zadie Smith. Other education events discussed are on Indian director Satyajit Ray, Stephen Sondheim and journalists in film. Also acknowledging Black History Month, the podcast team highlight some significant performances by back actors.
52:41
October 04, 2021
Chichester CineFile, Episode 19, September 2021
With the 29th Chichester International Film Festival drawing to a close, the podcast team’s festival experiences are discussed with operations manager Richard Warburton, while education officer Rosemary Coxon looks forward to a major event planned for October. September’s programme is previewed and a listener describes her unforgettable film, the one that means the most to her.
56:19
September 06, 2021
Chichester CineFile, Episode 18, August 2021
Festival Special! The podcast team takes a deep look into many of the films planned for the 29th Chichester International Film Festival. Single films, retrospectives and themed sections are explored, as well as some of the education events which will take place during the Festival. There will be 21 days of films from the UK and abroad, including UK premieres and previews, retrospectives and treasures from the archives.
55:16
August 07, 2021
Chichester CineFile, Episode 17, July 2021
The podcast takes a look at the films planned for July at Chichester Cinema, while there some news about this summer’s film festival and a look at the films of French director Bertrand Tavernier, and then a listener talks about his Unforgettable film – the one that means the most to him.
50:04
July 03, 2021
Chichester CineFile, Episode 16, June 2021
Films planned for June at Chichester Cinema are previewed by the podcast team, while there is a look at the career of French film star Simone Signoret, a chat with Walter, and a listener talks about his Unforgettable film – the one that means the most to him.
48:11
June 05, 2021
Chichester CineFile, Episode 15, May 2021
Previewing May’s programme at the cinema, the podcast team are at last able to do what the podcast was set up to do. Six films are covered, and there are two features – one to celebrate the centenary of the birth of the great Indian director Satyajit Ray, and one looking at film locations. A listener tells us about her Unforgettable film, the one that means the most to her. Please let us know if you would like to tell us about yours via walter@chichestercinema.org.
48:59
May 17, 2021
Chichester CineFile, Episode 14, April 2021
For the first time in ages, the podcast team was able to meet face to face, albeit outdoors. The podcast for Chichester Cinema at New Park has a mini-CineCircle discussing two westerns and a modern French film, and a listener talks about her Unforgettable film – the one that means the most to her. There is also the second part of the examination of jazz musicians in films, plus some streaming recommendations. The streaming recommendations from the team are The Handmaiden (2016), The Angel’s Share (2012), In Fabric (2018), Hotel Reserve (1944), Gregory’s Girl (1980) and Daisies (1966). If you want to find out where to watch these films, we recommend the justwatch.com website.
59:58
April 18, 2021
Chichester CineFile, Episode 13, March 2021
A feature celebrating the centenary of Dirk Bogarde, including an interview with his biographer, and another feature on jazz biopics, plus some streaming recommendations, are all a part of the March 2021 podcast for Chichester Cinema at New Park. The streaming recommendations from the team are Venus (2016), The Florida Project (2017), Beanpole (2019), The 39 Steps (1935), Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter … and Spring (2003) and Elder’s Corner (2020) at the RAI festival, festival.raifilm.org.uk. If you want to find out where to watch these films, we recommend the justwatch.com website.
49:08
March 09, 2021
Chichester CineFile, Episode 12, February 2021
A mini CineCircle, some streaming recommendations, plus features on Herman J. Mankiewicz – the subject of the recently-released film Mank – and the significance of staircases in film are all in the February 2021 podcast for Chichester Cinema at New Park. The CineCircle discusses Boccaccio 70 (1962), Shirley (2020) and Man’s Castle (1933). The streaming recommendations are The Dig (2021), Jammin’ the Blues (1944), Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975), Mayor (2020), Greyhound (2020) and About Endlessness (2019). If you want to find out where to watch these films, we recommend the justwatch.com website.
59:26
February 09, 2021
Chichester CineFile, Episode 11, January 2021
In lockdown again, the podcast for Chichester Cinema at New Park, Chichester, West Sussex, January 2021, features a mini CineCircle, some streaming recommendations, and two features – one on Patricia Highsmith’s Ripley, and a look at the use of a particular musical instrument in film. The CineCircle discusses Black Narcissus (1947), Wild Rose (2018) and Subway (1985). The streaming recommendations are Go Home Polish (2020), That’ll Be the Day (1973) and Stardust (1974), The Age of Innocence (1993), True Grit (2010), Second Chance (1953) and The Mother & the Whore (1973). If you want to find out where to watch these films, we recommend the justwatch.com website.
59:52
January 14, 2021
Chichester CineFile, Episode 10, December 2020
The podcast for Chichester Cinema at New Park, Chichester, West Sussex, December 2020, includes previews of some of the films planned for the month – Relic; A Christmas Gift from Bob; The Translators; Billie; De Gaulle; and Rebecca. There is a feature with some out-of-the-ordinary Christmas film selections and the CineCircle discusses A Christmas Tale – un conte de Noel (2008); The Apartment (1960); and It’s a Wonderful Life (1946). If you want to find out where to watch these films, we recommend the justwatch.com website.
55:27
December 07, 2020
Chichester CineFile Extra – November 2020
Extra! Extra! With a new lockdown just starting, Walter Francisco discusses the latest news and how this affects Chichester Cinema at New Park, Chichester, West Sussex. 
06:22
November 04, 2020
Chichester CineFile, Episode 9, November 2020
The November podcast for Chichester Cinema at New Park, Chichester, West Sussex, includes previews of some of the films planned for the month – The Secret Garden; The Trial of the Chicago 7; Pinocchio; Les Miserables; Rocks; and The Sleeping Car Murders. Also, we meet Richard Warburton, the new operations manager at the cinema. The feature this time is about French director Jacques Demy, and films such as Lola (1961); La Baie des Anges – Bay of Angels (1963); Les Parapluies de Cherbourg – Umbrellas of Cherbourg (1964); Les Demoiselles de Rochefort (1967); and Model Shop (1969).  Finally, the CineCircle returns with discussions about La Femme de l’Aviateur – The Aviator’s Wife (1981); The Last Waltz (1978); and Hell or High Water (2016). If you want to find out where to watch these films, we recommend the justwatch.com website.
59:30
October 30, 2020
Chichester CineFile, Episode 8, October 2020
With Chichester Cinema at New Park, Chichester, West Sussex, due to open again on October 16, 2020, Chichester CineFile previews some of the films planned for October – Misbehaviour, Tenet, Parasite, The Truth, Hope Gap and Ammonite.  We have details of what it will be like to go back to the cinema, and a chat with president Roger Gibson about his visit to the Venice Film Festival.  Finally, there is the second part of a look at gumshoes – private detectives – in cinema. The films in this feature include Harper (1966), Tony Rome (1967), Lady in Cement (1968), Marlowe [not easily available] (1969), Gumshoe (1971), Shaft (1971) Klute (1971), The Long Goodbye (1973), Chinatown (1974), Farewell My Lovely (1975), The Drowning Pool (1975), Night Moves (1975), The Big Fix (1978), Blood Simple (1984), Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (2005), Inherent Vice (2014) and A Walk Among the Tombstones (2014). If you want to find out where to watch these, we recommend the justwatch.com website. 
59:06
October 06, 2020
Chichester CineFile, Episode 7, September 2020
Chichester CineFile is the podcast for Chichester Cinema at New Park, Chichester, West Sussex. In this episode there is a discussion about three films – Fanny Lye Deliver’d (2019) available on the BFI site and also YouTube, Dare I Weep Dare I Mourn (1966) also from the BFI site, and The Wild Pear Tree (2018), streamed on Amazon and the BFI sites, or rented from Amazon, Apple, YouTube or Curzon. The profile this time is of screenwriter Dalton Trumbo, including his work on Kitty Foyle (1940), Gun Crazy (1950), Spartacus (1960) and others. There is an interview with Ellen Cheshire about her new book on Ang Lee, and the first of two examinations of private detectives in film. Among the films featured in this will be Private Detective 62 (1933), The Thin Man (1934), The Maltese Falcon (1941), Murder My Sweet (194), The Big Sleep (1946),  Out of the Past (1947), Les Diaboliques (1955), Kiss Me Deadly (1955), Vertigo (1958) and The Hound of the Baskervilles (1959). If you want to find out where to watch these, we recommend the justwatch.com website.
01:19:32
September 02, 2020
Chichester CineFile, Episode 6, August 2020
The latest podcast for Chichester Cinema at New Park, Chichester, West Sussex. There is a discussion about three films – Get Me Roger Stone (2017), Flavour of Green Tea Over Rice (1952) and The Bigamist (1953). If you want to find out where to watch these, we recommend the justwatch.com website. The profile this time is of Ennio Morricone, including his work on A Fistful of Dollars; For a Few Dollars More; The Good, The Bad & The Ugly; Once Upon a Time in the West; The Thing; Cinema Paradiso; and The Hateful Eight. A second look at food in cinema includes Big Night; My Big Fat Greek Wedding; Volver; Julie & Julia; The Hours; LA Story; and Last Tango in Paris. The streaming suggestions are: Maps to the Stars; TR Baskin (AKA A Date with a Lonely Girl); Inside Llewyn Davis; Clemency; 20th Century Women; and Birds of Passage.
01:04:11
August 03, 2020
Chichester CineFile, Episode 5, July 2020
The podcast for Chichester Cinema at New Park, Chichester, West Sussex. There is a discussion about three films – Da 5 Bloods (2020), Kings of the Road (1976) and Bringing Up Baby (1938). Director Lawrence Kasdan is profiled, while there is a look at food in films, and the second part of an examination of the use of Beethoven's music in cinema. There is also a tribute to a Chichester Cinema stalwart who died recently. The streaming suggestions are Parasite (2019), Leviathan (2014), Between the Lines (1977), Showgirls (1995), Suspicion (1941) and The Return of the Pink Panther (1975).
01:07:58
July 06, 2020
Chichester CineFile, Episode 4, June 2020
The podcast for Chichester Cinema at New Park, Chichester, West Sussex.  Once again the CineFile team creates a mini-CineCircle, looking at The Assistant (2020), M (1931), and Rear Window (1954), and recommends some films to stream during these difficult times. The career of Toby Jones is examined, and there are a couple of "supporting features" too, on journalists in film, and Beethoven on the big screen.
01:11:04
June 03, 2020
Chichester CineFile, Episode 3, May 2020
The podcast for Chichester Cinema at New Park, Chichester, West Sussex.  The CineFile team again creates a  mini-CineCircle, and recommends some films to stream during these difficult times. There are a couple of "supporting features" too, on surviving lockdown as a film fan, and a look at the career of Max von Sydow.
01:05:43
May 03, 2020
Chichester CineFile, Episode 2, April 2020
The podcast for Chichester Cinema at New Park, Chichester, West Sussex. The CineFile team talks to the general manager, creates a mini-CineCircle, and recommends some films to stream during these difficult times, while there are a couple of "supporting features" too.
01:04:53
April 06, 2020
Chichester CineFile, Episode 1, March 2020
Chichester CineFile, the podcast for Chichester Cinema at New Park, Chichester, West Sussex, UK. The films in the March 2020 programme are previewed by Carol Godsmark, Patrick Hargood and Sandy Guthrie, plus interviews and news of some of the education events planned. More details can be found at chichestercinema.org, and the box office number is 01243 786650, email info@chichestercinema.org.
46:08
February 23, 2020