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THE REWIND MOVIE PODCAST - grown up film students

The Rewind Movie Podcast: a podcast that's made by film-lovers...who have gone on to lead normal lives!!

When former literal basement-dwelling film students grow up, get weird adult jobs and move to disparate parts of the country, how do they fill their evenings and stay in touch? Why, by calling each other over the internet and reliving their formative film experiences, of course!

Gali, Devlin, Patrick, Matt and guests will each take turns recommending a treasured film from their youth, then assess whether they hold up under more cynical, (somewhat) grown up scrutiny.

Join in and enjoy the fun!


So...who is where then??

Gali lives in Glasgow and is pretending to be Scottish, eating chicken pakora and becoming resistant to rain. He has travelled around the world with work and cites his most memorable moment as being present when Gillian McKeith fainted. He has predominantly worked in television for both the BBC and ITV, but to date has not managed to work with Danny Dyer.


Devlin currently lives in East London and barely holds down a job in the telly. A Darlington native, he has previously worked as a carny in North Yorkshire’s most notorious theme park; a punching bag for angry Japanese schoolchildren; and three glorious weeks as a fully paid Hollywood movie camera department professional (he made tea on the set of the worst Tim Burton movie).


Patrick lives in West London (although his heart is still in his beloved Leicester), working as an Assistant Director in the Film & TV industry, specialising in background artists. Taking work experience on Emmerdale in 2008, and teaching children how to make films in Leicestershire, has helped him leave behind a life of selling jeans in Levi’s. He relies on Irn-Bru and fried chicken to cure a hangover and loves sports. GO SPORTS!


Matt lives in Jeonju, South Korea where he teaches English. He graduated from The Northern Film School with a Master’s Degree in 2007. His short film, The Wilds, and other works, screened at the Leeds International Film Festival, the FIPA in Biarritz, France, the Paso Film Festival in Turkey, and the Amirani International Student Film Festival in Tbilisi, Georgia.



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