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Francine Stock meets actress Jessica Chastain.
Antonia Quirke talks trash with director John Waters.
Antonia Quirke meets Annette Bening.
Ang Lee discusses the future of film and why cinema will become elitist.
Cinema magazine programme. Danny Boyle revisits Trainspotting.
Oscar winning editor Thelma Schoonmaker takes Francine behind the scenes of Goodfellas.
La La Land and Manchester By The Sea.
Francine Stock meets Alejandro Jodorowsky.
Francine Stock talks to Adam Driver, the star of Martin Scorsese's religious drama Silence
Francine Stock and guests discuss the best films of 2016.
Francine Stock talks to Gareth Edwards, director of Star Wars spin-off Rogue One.
Francine Stock visits the locations of The Proud Valley, which starred Paul Robeson.
Francine Stock revisits the manicured lawns and gothic horror of Blue Velvet.
Francine Stock visits a community in Scotland determined to save their art deco cinema.
Cinema magazine programme presented by Francine Stock. James Schamus talks to Francine.
Kevin Brownlow talks about his quest to restore Abel Gance's silent masterpiece Napoleon.
Fashion designer and movie director Tom Ford discusses his film Nocturnal Animals.
Jacqueline Bisset looks back at Day For Night, Francois Truffaut's Oscar-winning movie.
Actor and producer David Oyelowo on his plans to revolutionise the British film industry.
Oscar-winning director Andrea Arnold discusses her road movie American Honey.
Looking at the latest cinema releases, DVDs and films on TV.
Francine Stock enters Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children with Tim Burton.
A soundtrack special with composer David Arnold's notes on Independence Day.
Colin Firth talks about Bridget Jones's Baby, and Ralph Fiennes discusses Two Women.
Kubo And The Two Strings, Hell Or High Water.
Antonia Quirke meets a choir that supplies voices for blockbuster soundtracks.
Antonia Quirke meets two groups who are trying to save their local cinemas.
Featuring an interview with writer Andrea Gibb, who has adapted Swallows and Amazons.
Poet Don Paterson continues his series about great speeches in cinema history.
Alex Cox talks about Sid & Nancy, and Don Paterson on great speeches in cinema history.