Kevin Spacey, Fruitvale Station, green film-making, bio-pics
Kevin Spacey; Ryan Coogler, the director of the award-winning Fruitvale Station; how the film industry is going green; a short of history of the movie star bio-pic.
With Francine Stock
Kevin Spacey talks about his documentary NOW: In The Wings On A World Stage about the making of his theatrical production of Richard III, which reunited the actor with director Sam Mendes for the first time since their Oscar winner American Beauty
Fruitvale Station, the true story of the fatal shooting of an African-American man by a police officer, won the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival in 2013. Director Ryan Coogler reveals the difficulties of making a film about such a sensitive and controversial subject.
The film industry is not well known for being eco-friendly. Single use sets, huge crews and jet-set promotional tours all create huge environmental impacts. But that's all about to change, and the programme explores the various ways that the industry is going green
As Grace Of Monaco is released in cinemas, Alex Von Tunzelmann presents a short of history of the movie star bio-pic from The Charlie Chaplin Story to My Week With Marilyn.
NOW: In The Wings on a World Stage
Grace Of Monaco
The Green Film Festival
|Interviewed Guest||Kevin Spacey|
|Interviewed Guest||Ryan Coogler|
|Interviewed Guest||Alex von Tunzelmann|