Rush; Borrowed Time; Toronto Film Festival
Francine Stock explores the hits and misses from this year's Toronto International Film Festival with Tim Robey of the Daily Telegraph and Claire Binns, director of Programming and Acquisitions at the Picturehouse Group. They discuss their tips for the critical hits in the months ahead including 12 Years a Slave, August: Osage County and Under The Skin.
Frost/Nixon director Ron Howard and writer Peter Morgan are back together, this time for Rush, the story of Formula One rivals Niki Lauda and James Hunt. They explain why they were so intrigued by the men's relationship. Rush is a British independent film and its producer Andrew Eaton looks at how the world of film funding is changing.
Plus actor Phil Davis on Borrowed Time, a micro budget film about a pensioner's friendship with a teenage burglar. He describes how working with Mike Leigh on films such as Vera Drake has proved so inspirational for his technique.
|Interviewed Guest||Ron Howard|
|Interviewed Guest||Peter Morgan|
|Interviewed Guest||Phil Davis|