Life of Pi, Ewan MacGregor, Xmas films on TV
The latest news from the world of film. Francine Stock meets with Ang Lee to discuss Life of Pi, and Ewan McGregor reveals his reluctance to take on The Impossible.
Francine Stock meets with Ang Lee to discuss Life of Pi, the hugely anticipated big screen adaptation of Yan Martel's novel.
Ewan McGregor reveals his reluctance to take on the part of a father searching for his family in the aftermath of the 2004 Asian tsunami in The Impossible, directed by Juan Antonio Bayona.
Critic Nigel Floyd picks out his favourite films showing on television over Christmas.
And Peter Jackson talks about his involvement with West of Memphis, a documentary focusing on the case of three teenagers arrested for the murders of three 8 year old children.
Producer: Craig Smith.
Life of Pi
Life of Pi, directed by Ang Lee, is released nationwide from this weekend, certificate PG.
The Impossible, directed by Juan Antonio Bayona, will be in cinemas nationwide from 1st January 2013, certificate 12A.
West of Memphis
West Of Memphis, directed Amy Berg, is in cinemas in key cities, certificate 15.