The Crying Game
Cinema magazine programme, presented by Francine Stock. Stephen Woolley, producer of The Crying Game, reveals what he had to do to keep the movie's famous twist a secret.
With Francine Stock.
Stephen Woolley, producer of The Crying Game, reveals why the film almost never got made and the lengths he went to keep the movie's famous twist a secret.
Critics Tim Robey and Larushka Ivan-Zadeh talk about twists that work and twists that don't, without giving away the twist.
Sandra Hebron and Ceyda Uzun slug it out to get their chosen director into The A To Z Of Film. This week it's James Cameron versus Jane Campion in the battle of the weepies - Titanic versus The Piano.
Ceyda Uzun & Into Film
Ceyda Uzun is a young reporter for Into Film, an organisation which puts film at the heart of learning. Ceyda has been a young reporter for 2 years and has reported from the BFI London Film Festival, BAFTA 2016 and covered press junkets with the likes of Kelly Macdonald, Rafe Spall and director Otto Bell.
Working with the education sector, film industry and arts and cultural organisations, Into Film’s offer is available to every school, college and youth group across the UK and gives children and young people the chance to experience film creatively and critically, as well as learn about the film industry and careers within it.
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|Interviewed Guest||Stephen Woolley|
|Interviewed Guest||Tim Robey|
|Interviewed Guest||Larushka Ivan-Zadeh|
|Interviewed Guest||Sandra Hebron|
|Interviewed Guest||Ceyda Uzun|