The director of Amores Perres and 21 Grams, Alejandro González Iñárritu, discusses his new film Babel - winner of this year's Golden Globe and now nominated for six BAFTAS. Like his previous work, Babel is a multi narrative film told in four tragic interlocking stories, but this time starring Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchett, and set in Morocco, Mexico, the US and Japan.
Babel is released today, certificate 15
Paul Verhoeven talks about his new war thriller, Black Book, which has been made in Dutch, features a European cast and was nominated for best foreign language film at BAFTA last week. It marks a departure for Verhoeven - whose previous films include Robocop, Show Girls and Basic Instinct - and includes stellar performances from Dutch newcomers Carice van Houten and German actor Sebastian Koch.
Black Book is released today, certificate 15
Toby Jones talks about his debut Hollywood role as Truman Capote in Infamous, the second film about the iconic American writer in the past 12 months. As with the other, this film explores In Cold Blood - the ground breaking book for which Capote was famous - and tells the story of the cold blooded murder of a farming family in Kansas.
Infamous is released today, certificate 15
Sundance Film Festival
Lovefilm critic Tom Charity previews what’s coming up at the Sundance Film Festival, which opens this weekend in Utah. This includes American film director Tamara Jenkins's new film, The Savages, plus A Very British Gangster - a feature film documentary from Donal McIntyre about one of Britain's most notorious crime families.