Francine Stock talks to director Jennifer Brea, who turned the camera on herself as she began to fight a disease that the medical profession does not always recognise.
Francine Stock talks to director Jennifer Brea, who turned the camera on herself as she began to fight a disease that the medical profession does not always recognise - ME.
Actress Edina Ronay kicks off a new series I Was In The Worst Movie Ever Made, making the case for Prehistoric Women, in which she starred in a fur bikini as a member of a lost tribe who sacrifice men to their white rhino god.
Antonia Quirke finds out what happened when Vivien Leigh's wig from A Streetcar Named Desire went under the hammer this week.
Critic Larushka Ivan-Zadeh and writer Rosemary Fletcher slug it out to get their chosen director into The A to Z of film-makers.
I Was In The Worst Movie Ever Made
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|Interviewed Guest||Jennifer Brea|
|Interviewed Guest||Edina Ronay|
|Interviewed Guest||Antonia Quirke|
|Interviewed Guest||Larushka Ivan-Zadeh|
|Interviewed Guest||Rosemary Fletcher|