A Fantastic Woman, playing drunk, Lewis Gilbert and paintings under paintings
A Fantastic Woman reviewed, revealing paintings under paintings, a tribute to Bond director Lewis Gilbert, and how to play a drunk on stage.
A Fantastic Woman is a Chilean film about a transgender woman whose partner dies and she has to cope with his transphobic family. The film has been shortlisted for best Foreign Language film at the Oscars. Rebecca Root, trans actress and activist, reviews.
British film director Lewis Gilbert has died aged 97. Critic Jason Solomons assesses his long career with films including Reach for the Sky, Alfie, The Spy Who Loved Me, Educating Rita and Shirley Valentine.
In the wake of recent scientific investigations revealing a hidden landscape beneath a Picasso painting, art critic Jonathan Jones and philosopher and historian Jonathan Rée debate the issues raised by digging beneath the surface of a work of art.
Dionysis, the Greek god of wine was also patron of the theatre and since classical times actors have always needed to be able to act inebriated. Siân Thomas, Rory Keenan and Sam Troughton reveal the secrets of acting drunk.
A Fantastic Woman
Paintings under paintings
A Fantastic WomanA Fantastic Woman is in selected cinemas from 2 Mar, cert 15
A Long Day's Journey into Night
London Borough of Culture
Role Contributor Presenter Stig Abell Interviewed Guest Rebecca Root Interviewed Guest Jason Solomons Interviewed Guest Jonathan Jones Interviewed Guest Jonathan Ree Interviewed Guest Sian Thomas Interviewed Guest Rory Keenan Interviewed Guest Sam Troughton Producer Dymphna Flynn