Francine Stock explores the hidden wonders of 2001: A Space Odyssey in a special edition.
Francine talks to Julianne Moore about the new Hunger Games movie, plus Hockney on film.
Francine Stock talks to Tommy Lee Jones and the set designer of The Imitation Game.
Presented by Francine Stock. Christopher Nolan talks about his new film Interstellar.
Director Mike Leigh discusses art and movie-making in his latest film Mr Turner.
The Babadook director Jennifer Kent on creating horror and casting kids.
Fashion designer Agnes B discusses her directorial debut My Name Is Hmmm...
Peter Strickland on illustrating Bjork's songs, and Gregory Burke talks about his film '71
David Fincher on adapting bestselling thriller Gone Girl for the big screen.
Olivia Williams discusses Hollywood satire Maps to the Stars. Presented by Francine Stock.
Nick Cave discusses his documentary 20,000 Days on Earth with Francine Stock.
The producer of Pride, David Livingstone, on the film's evolution from script to screen.
Nicole Kidman talks about her new thriller. Iain Sinclair waxes lyrical about Peter Lorre.
Francine Stock unlocks The Cabinet of Dr Caligari as the horror classic is re-released.
The Dardenne brothers discuss their latest award-winning drama Two Days, One Night.
Robin Wright on playing Robin Wright in The Congress. Presented by Francine Stock.
Mad Men star John Slattery discusses his directorial debut God's Pocket.
Richard Ayoade, Mark Gatiss, Audrey Tautou and Romain Duris, the return of the space opera
Sherlock co-creator Mark Gatiss, Richard Lester on The Beatles and Hercules labours again.
Mark Gatiss, Bob Stanley, secrets of the script supervisors and dawn of the prequel.
Richard Linklater on Boyhood, filmed over 12 years of a boy's life, from six to eighteen.
Mark Gatiss on his favourite movie detectives; Peter Fonda; World Cup v Cinema.
The Golden Dream, Jersey Boys, Mrs Brown's Boys D'Movie and Lone Survivor.
Toby Jones on Dad's Army; Fanny Ardant; Chinese cinema before the revolution.
Film news. Audrey Tautou and Romain Duris on a French trilogy that has spanned 12 years.
Kevin Spacey; the director of Fruitvale Station; green film-making; movie star bio-pics.
Ken Loach on Jimmy's Hall, Nashville revisited, Emmanuelle Seigner on Polanski.
John Turturro on working with Woody Allen. Neil Brand on Godzilla. Cannes highlights.
Viggo Mortensen, Cannes Film Festival round-up, Jia Zhangke on China and censorship.
Frank, the story of a singer with a papier mache head; a guide to Miyazaki; lesbian cinema