Saturday 15th January to Saturday 29th January
One hundred years after the first Hollywood film studio opened in 1911, Radio 4's two-week film season explores how "going to the movies" has changed over the last century and where our relationship with film is heading.
From Affleck to Zelwegger, 200 interviews from the Radio 4 Archives.
Sat 15th Jan and Sat 22nd Jan, 8pm
Barry Norman explores how the experience of going to the cinema in Britain has changed over the last one hundred years.
Sunday 16th January, 1.30pm
Asif Kapadia uncovers Exploding Cinema - a coalition of underground filmmakers who challenge us to rethink the way we watch and rate film.
Weekdays, from Monday 17th 12.53 - 12.57pm
These mini- features will transport listeners to the cinemas across the world where they will hear from the owners, the audiences and those whose lives revolve around cinema.
Weekdays, from Monday 17th 3.45-4.00pm
David Thomson presents a ten-part series in which he takes a personal journey exploring how cinema has changed people.
Tuesday 18th January, 9am
Francine Stock examines this early example of globalisation, discovering exactly when and why it happened.
Tuesday 18th Jan, 11.30am
Leading artist and filmmaker, Isaac Julien gives listeners an insider's view to the approaches, issues, developments and setbacks facing leading artists working in film.
Friday 21st January, 4.30pm
Inspired by stories of listeners staging their own site-specific screenings, Francine Stock attempts to set up her own pop-up cinema.
Sunday 23rd January, 1.30pm
Matthew Sweet looks at how the mobile phone is transforming the way we watch - and make - movies.
Tuesday 25th January, 9am
Francine Stock considers whether the digital revolution will impact on the United States' grip on the global market.
Tuesday 25th January, 7.15pm
Oscar nominations special.
Saturday 29th Jan 8pm
A chance to hear the entire Brief Encounters series again woven into a discussion about the state and health of cinema around the globe.
Listen to over two hundred interviews from Radio 4's Film Collection site.
View a specially commissioned 'Pocket Film' by director Gurinder Chadha, shot on a mobile phone.
Watch the Film Season TV Trail on The Film Programme site.
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