Cannes Festival hits and misses; director Clio Barnard; Stephen Frears on Ali
Francine Stock on the hits, misses and surprises of the Cannes Film Festival with Geoff Andrew of the BFI and Robbie Collin, film critic at the Daily Telegraph. Plus the British hope at Cannes, director Clio Barnard on her film The Selfish Giant, a contemporary urban fable following two young boys who collect scrap on a horse and cart. And Stephen Frears discusses his latest project Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight which is also screening in Cannes and charts the boxer's battle against conscription. Plus Olivier Assayas on nostalgia and radical politics in Something In The Air, set in France in the early 1970s.
Producer: Elaine Lester.
|Interviewed Guest||Clio Barnard|
|Interviewed Guest||Geoff Andrew|
|Interviewed Guest||Robbie Collin|
|Interviewed Guest||Stephen Frears|
|Interviewed Guest||Olivier Assayas|