John Slattery; How to Train Your Dragon 2; Lilting
With Francine Stock.
John Slattery, aka Roger Sterling in Mad Men, discusses his directorial debut, God's Pocket, one of the last films to star Philip Seymour Hoffman, who died earlier this year.
Lilting director Hong Khaou reveals the personal story behind his new drama about a gay man who tries to form a bond with the mother of his late partner, even though she cannot speak English and suspects that she would not have approved of their relationship.
Neil Brand tells us how to score your dragon and how music captures the experience of flight in the animated blockbuster How To Train Your Dragon 2.
One of the most frustrating experiences about watching a film is trying to find a cinema that shows it - Francine asks one of the most powerful people in the cinema industry, Clare Binns Of Picturehouse Cinemas, why the choice is so limited for so many cinema-goers.
Francine hears from listeners' experiences of being alone in a cinema, including the woman who didn't go to the toilet in case the management shut the film down.
|Interviewed Guest||John Slattery|
|Interviewed Guest||Hong Khaou|
|Interviewed Guest||Neil Brand|
|Interviewed Guest||Clare Binns|