Anjelica Huston discusses The African Queen.
Eddie Marsan talks to Simon Mayo and Mark Kermode about his new film, Entebbe.
Mark Kermode reviews Entebbe.
On 13 Minutes, a new film about Georg Elser, who almost blew up the Fuhrer in 1939.
Mark Kermode reviews Goodnight Mommy.
Mark gets cross with Quentin Tarantino once again as he tackles Inglourious Basterds.
Mark Kermode reviews In The Fade.
Mark reviews Iron Sky, a sci-fi comedy in which Nazis return to conquer the world.
An East German doctor is sent to a hospital for attempting to escape to the West.
Mark Kermode reviews Breathing, a drama from first-time Austrian director Karl Markovics.
The story of Polish Jews who hid and lived in the sewers of Nazi-occupied Lvov.
Sci-fi comedy in which Nazis return from their secret moonbase to conquer the world.
Drama concerning a paedophile who keeps a 10 year old boy locked in his basement.
Oliver Hirschbiegel on a secret recording of Adolf Hitler
Oliver Hirschbiegel on the secret recording of Hitler that unlocked Downfall
James King reviews Ulrich Seidl's Paradise: Hope.
Mark Kermode reviews Paradise: Love. A 50-year old mother goes to Kenya to find love.
Mark Kermode reviews Rush.
The extraordinary story of the day an epic Holocaust documentary was premiered in Israel.
Jason Solomons reviews the film.
Mark Kermode reviews Son Of Saul.
Mark Kermode reviews Sorcerer.
James King reviews Stalingrad.
Mark Kermode reviews Stations of the Cross.
Mark reviews Suite Francaise
Mark Kermode reviews System Crasher.
The 100-Year-Old-Man Who Climbed out The Window and Disappeared reviewed by Mark Kermode
Mark casts his critical eye over the 2008 German film based on the book of the same name.
Paul Gambaccini examines why the book considered unfilmable, won Best Picture of 1996.
Vienna-based correspondent Bethany Bell explores Graham Greene's time in postwar Vienna.