An elderly couple's bond is tested after they are struck with disaster.
Bernardo Bertolucci talks to John Wilson about La Dolce Vita
Mark Kermode reviews Blue Is the Warmest Colour.
Simon Mayo talks to Bong Joon-Ho about his new film, Parasite.
Claudia Cardinale remembers working with Visconti and Burt Lancaster on The Leopard
Robbie Collin reviews Dheepan.
Holly Hunter talks about picking her roles and why she worked on The Piano and Thirteen.
Mark Kermode reviews I, Daniel Blake.
Joan Bakewell talks to John WIlson about The Leopard, directed by Luchino Visconti.
Ken Loach’s film I, Daniel Blake offers a brutal vision of Britain.
Mark looks at Terrence Malick's impressionistic drama, starring Brad Pitt and Sean Penn.
Michael Haneke talks about how attaining a 'natural' acting style requires preparation.
From the Film Programme
Mark Kermode reviews Parasite.
Mark Kermode reviews Shoplifters.
Laurent Cantent's film about the life of a French schoolteacher.
Mark Kermode reviews The Square.
Vienna-based correspondent Bethany Bell explores Graham Greene's time in postwar Vienna.
Mark Kermode reviews Michael Haneke's disturbing and moving film set in Germany in 1913.
A film whose story drifts between the boundaries of life and death.
Mark Kermode reviews Winter Sleep.