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Amelie director Jean Pierre Jeunet reveals why he thinks all his films are the same.
Lord Of The Rings director Peter Jackson discusses his adaptation of The Lovely Bones.
James McAvoy talks Tolstoy; Tom Ford on the links between designing and directing.
Morgan Freeman on playing Nelson Mandela in Clint Eastwood's Invictus.
Director Lee Daniels on Precious, Oprah Winfrey and Mariah Carey.
Noel Clarke counts down to his latest movie. Park Chan Wook on vampires and religion.
Andrea Arnold on Fish Tank. Jonathan Coe on a neglected British gem.
Francine Stock talks to Lord Of The Rings star Andy Serkis about playing singer Ian Dury.
Francine Stock talks to Julia Roberts, Mickey Rourke, Danny Boyle and others.
Francine Stock talks to 92-year-old actress Googie Withers, star of Night And The City.
Daniel Day-Lewis on Nine, James Cameron on Avatar and Sam Taylor-Wood on Nowhere Boy.
Spike Jonze on Where The Wild Things Are. The curse of The Queen Of Spades.
Steven Soderbergh on the reasons he employed an adult film star in his latest drama.
Ken Russell discusses his musical The Boyfriend; Andrea Arnold on Fish Tank and awards.
The Coen brothers on returning to their roots for their new comedy, A Serious Man.
Barry Norman on the film career of his dad, Leslie. Isabelle Huppert on Michael Haneke.
Ang Lee reveals the personal reasons why he made a drama about the Woodstock festival.
Nick Hornby discusses his adaptation of Lynn Barber's memoir, An Education.
Foxes, werewolves and vampires star in this edition, with Wes Anderson and John Landis.
Terry Gilliam on how he coped with the death of Heath Ledger, the star of his latest film.
Paddy Considine on making a film in five days with Shane Meadows and the Arctic Monkeys.
The grandmother of the French New Wave, Agnes Varda, and The Battle Of Britain remembered.
Atonement director Joe Wright on the effect of the recession on Hollywood.
Actor Paul Bettany and director Sam Mendes discuss their latest projects.
Nora Ephron discusses her biopic of America's first celebrity chef, Julia Child.
Francine Stock talks to Janet Suzman about the 1972 movie A Day in the Death of Joe Egg.
Matthew Sweet talks to Douglas Slocombe, one of Britain's most prolific cinematographers.
Pedro Almodovar explains why he remade Women On The Verge Of A Nervous Breakdown.
Jean Kent on James Mason, Stewart Granger and why Marilyn Monroe was a bit grubby.
Father and son Freddie And Toby Jones on the art of being a character actor.