Ben Wheatley on High-Rise
Director Ben Wheatley discusses his adaptation of JG Ballard's dystopian satire High-Rise and why he is terrified of the 70s. Antonia Quirke presents.
With Antonia Quirke.
Director Ben Wheatley discusses his adaptation of J.G. Ballard's dystopian satire High-Rise and why he's literally terrified of the 70s. Producer Jeremy Thomas explains why it's taken him 40 years to get the novel to the screen.
Special effects pioneer Roy Pace explains how he made the world turn backwards in Superman using a globe he bought in Woolworths.
Antonia attends the Into Film awards ceremony for young film-makers and hears from judge Michael Sheen.
Into Film Awards
The special effects pioneer talks to The Film Programme.
|Interviewed Guest||Ben Wheatley|
|Interviewed Guest||Jeremy Thomas|
|Interviewed Guest||Roy Pace|
|Interviewed Guest||Michael Sheen|