Julie Delpy, Florence Pugh
Julie Delpy explains why she thinks there are so few female directors in film and Florence Pugh discusses the parts she has been offered since her breakthrough in Lady Macbeth.
With Francine Stock.
Actor/director Julie Delpy explains why she thinks there are still only a few female directors and why, in her experience, some money men believe that women are too emotional to be in charge of a film production.
Florence Pugh discusses the parts she's been offered since her break-through role in Lady Macbeth and why many scripts begin with a description of a female character's appearance rather than her intelligence.
Composer Neil Brand reveals why Elmer Bernstein's score for The Magnificent Seven changed the sound of the western
Critics Larushka Ivan-Zadeh and Gavia Baker-Whitelaw go toe-to-toe to get their director into The Film Programme's A to Z of Film-makers.
BAFTA Rising Star Award
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|Interviewed Guest||Julie Delpy|
|Interviewed Guest||Florence Pugh|
|Interviewed Guest||Neil Brand|
|Interviewed Guest||Larushka Ivan-Zadeh|
|Interviewed Guest||Gavia Baker-Whitelaw|