Warren Beatty talks about his latest directorial outing, Rules Don't Apply, and why it's been 18 years since he directed his last movie.
With Francine Stock.
Warren Beatty talks about his latest directorial outing, Rules Don't Apply, which he made 18 years after he directed his last movie. And reveals what he thinks now about the mix-up at the Oscars.
Their Finest producer Stephen Woolley and Fiona Kelly from The Imperial War Museum take us through the little known history of women's roles in World War II pictures, as a season he's curated at the British Film Institute begins.
Mohamed Diab reveals why his controversial film about Egyptian politics, Clash, was only shown in his home country thanks to the intervention of Tom Hanks.
Girls Like Us
|Interviewed Guest||Stephen Woolley|
|Interviewed Guest||Fiona Kelly|
|Interviewed Guest||Warren Beatty|
|Interviewed Guest||Mohamed Diab|