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09/02/2012

Duration:
45 minutes
First broadcast:
Thursday 09 February 2012

Viggo Mortensen discusses his role as Sigmund Freud in David Cronenberg's A Dangerous Method, and we review the film with critics Alistair Harkness and Jamie Dunn.

John Hurt - BAFTA'S - John Hurt is to receive this year's Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema Award at the British Academy Film Awards on the 12th of February -he discusses the making of Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy - one of the standout British films of the past year.

News - We hear from the new director of the EIFF, Chris Fujiwara, who, this week, made his first public appearance since being appointed to the post.

Scots Film-Makers at the GFF - There are many Scottish film-makers showing their work, in one way or another, at this year's festival and the Movie café's Gail Tolley caught up with one of them of them in the lead up to the film festival to discuss the preparation, excitement - and what showing the film at the festival means to budding directors.

Our DVD Pick of the Week is 'Tyrannosaur' - actor Peter Mullan discusses his role in this critically acclaimed, powerful and uncompromising story of Joseph a man plagued by violence and a rage that is driving him to self-destruction.

David Lynch Season - The Filmhouse in Edinburgh is running a David Lynch season this month - critics Alistair Harkness and Jamie Dunn choose their personal highlights and explore the unique and enduring appeal of the maverick director.

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