After walking the red carpet at the British Independent Film Awards, interviewing all of the biggest names, BIFA's own Yinka Bokinni joins the podcast to tell us about the cinema outings and film experiences that shaped who she is today. An established DJ, Yinka tells us all about her favourite soundtracks, the club scenes that make her cringe and which musicians should still be allowed to act in films.
Welcoming come to This Is My Cinema, a podcast from the British Independent Film Awards. The show is called This Is My Cinema and it’s all about celebrating the very best talent in the British film scene and the cinema experiences that made them who they are today.
Our hosts Michael Leader and Rhianna Dhillon will be talking to rising stars and legendary names from in front of and behind the camera, exploring their origins in filmmaking, their inspirations, their memories of the cinemas they grew up visiting and of course whether they take their popcorn salty, sweet - or wouldn’t dream of taking food to a film at all.
On the 18th of February, the British Independent Film Awards will be broadcasting live on Facebook and YouTube, hosted by Tom Felton, with lots of special guest appearances too. In celebration of the awards, we’ll be releasing one podcast episode every day that week, so subscribe now to This Is My Cinema wherever you listen to your podcasts… you’ll want a front row seat
This is my cinema is a Little Dot Studios production for BIFA
The show is hosted by Rhianna Dhilllon and Michael Leader
It’s produced by Jake Cunningham, Ellie Aitken and Harold McShiel
And we’re edited by Content is Queen
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