Two of British cinema's true originals feature in this week's programme - Terence Davies and Andrew Kotting. Terence Davies has directed a version of Rattigan's heartbreaking drama, The Deep Blue Sea, with Rachel Weisz in the lead role and Andrew Kotting is releasing This Our Still Life, which documents his relationship with his daughter Eden, the paintings they make together and the life they lead in an idyllic but spartan farmhouse in the Pyrenees.
Francine Stock will also be entering the terrifying world of Snowtown - the latest in a run of gripping films from Australia. This one is a portrait of the country's most notorious serial killer, John Bunting, played with chilly conviction by Daniel Henshall.
Neil Brand is also in the studio and rounds things off con brio with his examination of how the human voice is used in film soundtracks.
Producer: Zahid Warley
Presenter: FRANCINE STOCK.