June 25, 2024
A new series of one on one interview podcasts from your friends at Finger Guns.

Welcome to a brand new Finger Guns spin-off podcast – Pin Point! Each episode we’ll talk one on one with media and entertainment professionals, whether it be from the game, film or music industry to discuss their careers, how they got started, the highs and lows of the job and their own opinions on the industry.

To kick off then I’m honoured and frankly a little amazed to be joined by an author, a podcaster, a barrister and writer for Empire Magazine among others but most impressively I think, saw the original Broadway cast production of Hamilton with her own eyes, it’s Helen O’Hara!

Helen sits down with Rossko (over Zoom, like) to discuss the SAG-AFTRA strikes, the current state of the MCU, getting into the film journalist industry and so much more (including possibly turning for Gal Gadot if you see her in her Wonder Woman costume in the flesh…it’s a genuine possibility, we’ve discovered).

Along with Helen’s favourite films, her incredible insight into film journalism as a whole and working with her team for nearly 20 years, it’s a fascinating insight into the inner workings of Empire Magazine and many more, and it’s well worth a listen if you’re at all interested in the film journalism industry as a whole.

Enjoy the episode!

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Theme Music – De Jongens Met de Zwarte Schoenen by RoccoW & xyce. | Edited and produced by Ross Keniston | Published by Acast.

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