Morgan Freeman tells Francine Stock about the research he did to play Nelson Mandela in Clint Eastwood's drama, Invictus, about the Rugby World Cup in South Africa.
Director Cary Fukunaga reveals what happened when he rode the trains from South to North America with hundreds of illegal immigrants for his thriller Sin Nombre.
La Grande Vadrouille was the most succesful film in French cinemas until the release of Titanic, and is still phenomenally popular whenever it's shown on television. Ginette Vincendeau explains why this 1966 war comedy with Terry-Thomas is so well loved across the Channel.
Jane Graham reports on the state of film distribution in Britain and why the best-reviewed movies are often the most difficult to see.