Cinema magazine programme presented by Francine Stock. Julia Ducournau discusses her French cannibal movie Raw.
With Francine Stock.
Julia Ducournau discusses her French cannibal movie Raw, which reportedly had audience members passing out in the aisles at a screening in the Toronto Film Festival.
The life of Pablo Neruda - communist, womaniser and poet - is explored in a surreal detective story simply called Neruda. The film's director Pablo Larrain explains why there's never been a poet quite like the former Chilean politician, who was possibly murdered in his bed.
In a week when two bio-pics about poets are released, Ian McMillan presents Daffodils 2, his poetic response to the more annoying cliches of poets in movies.
The Film Programme's A to Z Of Directors arrives at F this week. Critics Catherine Bray and Sophie Monks Kaufman try to persuade Francine to the very different pleasures of David Fincher and Rainer Werner Fassbinder.