James Newton interviews filmmaker Andrew Jones

Dr James Newton, Lecturer in the Department of Media Studies, has just released a new entry in his podcast series, Newton Talks.

In the series, James discusses topics (mostly) related to cinema, television, and culture. His guests will be from the world of academia, as well as filmmakers and other artists, and each podcast will take the form of an unscripted discussion.

The latest episode features prolific Welsh horror and exploitation filmmaker Andrew Jones. Andrew, through his company North Bank Entertainment, has directed nearly thirty profitable movies, including The Curse of Robert the Doll (2016), Werewolves of the Third Reich (2017), Bundy and the Green River Killer (2019), The Manson Family Massacre (2019), The Curse of Halloween Jack (2019), and many more. In this podcast, James talks to Andrew about his career in micro-budget filmmaking.

To listen to this instalment, please see the page here.