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Small Screen

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Small Screen is a British-based website completely focused on delivering content on cinema, TV shows, video games and comics. In short, all things pop culture related.[1] The website was founded in 2016 by Edward Lauder in Paris and is now located in London.

It is an independent venture focused on delivering premium content to its readers, listeners and viewers focused around all things pop culture related. They don't just writer articles. Small Screen also publishes videos and podcasts and everything is geared towards those who love, live and breathe popular culture.


Created in 2016, Lauder's main aim was to start a website that could help showcase writer's talents who've been finding it difficult to break into the industry. It was that idea which spurred him onto to creating the site in what is an already crowded market where it can be difficult to get noticed, especially for aspiring writers.

Small Screen's Facebook page achieved great success with videos achieving over 8.5 million views.

Small Screen has since gone on to start a podcast, Small Screen Radio, and they've also started making videos for YouTube.

The podcast comprises of a network of podcasts from in which we discuss cinema, tv and pop culture in general as much as we're allowed to.[2] The two shows on the network are Small Screen's Film Club and Cinema Ramble.

Small Screen's YouTube channel features original videos which covers all areas of pop cultures: movies, TV shows and video games. They do lists and news videos.


Small Screen's website is split into nine sections: film, gaming, comics, TV, news, lists, features, videos and podcast.

They write film, video game and TV show reviews. On top of that they write news articles, features on pop culture and listicles.

Ratings System[edit]

The ratings system for their reviews is based on a ten points system. Each film, video game or TV show is given a rating out of ten, and each point is split into a different category.

Score Category
1 Abysmal
2 Awful
3 Terrible
4 Rubbish
5 Poor
6 Tolerable
7 Solid
8 A-OK
9 Brilliant
10 Masterpiece


A vital part of the Small Screen brand is their network of podcasts. They have two, Small Screen's Film Club and Cinema Ramble. Both of these podcasts are focused on movies, but they each have their own unique take on it. Small Screen's Film Club focuses on one or two films per episode and they delve into them in depth, much like you would in a book club. Cinema Ramble is different in the sense that each episode focuses on a particular aspect of cinema. It could be a filmmaker's work, or they could be discussing a particular type of movie, or even a trend in cinema. It's more of a "ramble chat"[3] about cinema.

The podcast is part of the London Fields Radio network, which is currently on hiatus until further notice.

They have also done a live episode of Small Screen's Film Club at the Genesis Cinema in London and they plan on doing more in the future.

Podcast Artwork[edit]

Small Screen Film Club artwork
This is artwork for Small Screen's Film Club made by Guillaume Maurin

The artwork for the podcast was made by Samad Jble and Guillaume Maurin, and they developed a unique style for these images.

The idea for these images came from Samad, who runs London Fields Radio and also an illustrator working in London. He wanted to create a unique visual identity for the podcast and that's where this style of illustration came from.

He then brought Guillaume on board to help him and together they strived to create something truly unique in the podcasting world. Not many podcasts can boast having such captivating artwork.

Guillaume then did the artwork for the live show, which was a screening of the independent film, Brigsby Bear, followed by a live show in which the podcasts hosts, Edward Lauder and Alessia Armenise, spoke about the film and then gave the audience to voice their opinions on what they had just seen.


Small Screen regularly post videos on their Facebook page, Instagram and YouTube channel. On their Facebook and Instagram account, they post a mixture of scenes from movies and TV shows, as well as trailers and their own original content.

Their YouTube channel, on the other hand, is completely and utterly devoted to their original content.


  1. Lauder, Edward. "Small Screen Contact Page". Small Screen.
  2. Lauder, Edward. "Small Screen Radio". SoundCloud.
  3. Buxton, Adam. "Ramble Chat Lyrics". Adam Buxton.

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