Belle; Audrey Tautou and Romain Duris; Greek cinema; Icelandic horses
With Francine Stock.
Amma Asante, the director of Belle, discusses the real life story of a mixed-race young woman who was brought up as an aristocrat by her uncle in 18th century London.
Audrey Tautou and Romain Duris talk about Chinese Puzzle, the final instalment of a trilogy that's spanned 12 years and has proved a phenomenon in France, appealing in particular to the so-called Erasmus Generation.
Of Horses and Men director Benedikt Erlingsson talks about Iceland's love of the horse and why it's regarded as a mythical beast that's beloved of actors
Miss Violence is the latest off-beat drama in the so-called Weird Wave of Greek Cinema, a claustrophobic chamber piece about a controlling father and acquiescent family. Director Alexandros Avranas reveals what this has all got to do with the financial crisis in Europe.
Dido Elizabeth Belle
|Interviewed Guest||Amma Asante|
|Interviewed Guest||Audrey Tautou|
|Interviewed Guest||Romain Duris|
|Interviewed Guest||Benedikt Erlingsson|
|Interviewed Guest||Alexandros Avranas|