Viggo Mortensen, Cannes Film Festival, Jia Zhangke
With Francine Stock.
Viggo Mortensen discusses film noir and Greek mythology and the part they have to play in his new thriller The Two Faces Of January.
Producer Rebecca O'Brien has walked down the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival with director Ken Loach on ten separate occasions. She takes us behind the scenes at the festival, as she prepares to jet off to the South Of France with Loach's new drama Jimmy's Hall.
Clare Binns is going to Cannes for a very different reason, to buy films for Picturehouse Cinemas, and reveals how business gets done at the festival; while critic Tim Robey is getting in training to watch 7 movies a day for over a week.
Director Jia Zhangke tells Francine why his new blood-soaked epic A Touch Of Sin is not being shown in his home country of China, and why the film could not have been made without the Chinese version of Twitter, Weibo.
Two historical advisers let us in on some trade secrets about what an adviser actually does on a film set.
The Two Faces Of January
H R Giger
|Interviewed Guest||Viggo Mortensen|
|Interviewed Guest||Rebecca O'Brien|
|Interviewed Guest||Clare Binns|
|Interviewed Guest||Tim Robey|
|Interviewed Guest||Jia Zhangke|