A Cornish coming-of-age plus Gemma Arterton’s war stories.

As cinemas across the UK reopen, Michael Leader and Hannah Woodhead catch up to chat about two homegrown features from first-time female directors. Claire Oakley’s Make Up is a haunting coming-of-age tale set against the disquieting backdrop of a Cornish caravan park, while Jessica Swale’s Summerland sees Gemma Arterton turn in one of her best ever performances in a tender wartime romance with a twist. This episode is sponsored by Adobe Stock audio, which gives creatives access to a huge catalogue of high-quality, non-watermarked tracks.


 

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