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Minari, The Mauritanian and Wellington Paranormal

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Welcome to Backstage, the film and TV podcast from Sky News.

This week, Claire and Stevie are joined by Katie Spencer to discuss a couple of the films attracting awards buzz this year.

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First up we have yet another update on what the Oscars will look like.

We talk about the beautiful drama Minari and hear from The Mauritanian star Tahar Rahim.

There’s a New Zealand parody comedy called Wellington Paranormal to discuss and we welcome back Godzilla and King Kong as the unlikely pair look like having a box office hit with their latest adventure.

Don’t forget to rate, review and subscribe and do get in touch via backstage@sky.uk – we love emails!

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