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Bradley Cooper, Nick Hornby

Presented by Francine Stock. Bradley Cooper discusses movie Burnt, and Nick Hornby talks about period drama film Brooklyn.

With Francine Stock

Bradley Cooper reveals his plans to write, direct and star in a personal project and why he'd rather be bad in a great movie rather than great in a bad movie.

Nick Hornby discusses his adaptation of Colm Toibin's novel Brooklyn and why he wanted to turn it into an old fashioned weepie that would break people's hearts.

As the world's largest youth film festival, Into Film, begins, we hear from a 14 year old debutant who's just made a short movie in 5 days.

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28 minutes

INTO FILM

INTO FILM
Into Film is an education charity that seeks to put film at the heart of children and young people's learning, contributing to their cultural, creative and personal development. The Into Film Festival is the largest youth film festival in the world and runs from 4 – 20 November. 

All events are free and can be booked by educators here 

ALEC - SERIAL SEDUCER OR HOPELESS ROMANTIC?

ALEC - SERIAL SEDUCER OR HOPELESS ROMANTIC?
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Credits

Role Contributor
Presenter Francine Stock
Interviewed Guest Bradley Cooper
Interviewed Guest Nick Hornby

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