presented by Mark Lawson, from Front Row 2 Jan 2008
From real-life events that had been classified for 17 years to Oscar success in 2013: Argo
In UK cinemas from 25th March.
Bradley Cooper talks about playing US Navy SEAL Chris Kyle in American Sniper.
75 years since murder, refugees, music and love reached peak perfection in Hollywood.
The 50th anniversary of the release of Casablanca.
Paul Gambaccini explores Oscar-winning films.
Describes how he persuaded Sylvester Stallone to let him write the movie
presented by Mark Lawson from a BBC Four programme in 2006
Michael Carlson reviews.
Comedian Meryl O'Rourke reviews.
Jenny McCartney reviews.
How did Hugh Grant feel knowing the part of an evil actor was created with him in mind?
Director Jeff Nichols talks about his new film Midnight Special
John Goodman examines how his new film balances views of 1970s American/Iranian tension.
Michael Haneke talks about how attaining a 'natural' acting style requires preparation.
"The crash of drums with the swell of the E Street Band hit like defibrillator paddles"
Ryan Gosling's two new films reviewed.
Starring Harrison Ford, Rutger Hauer and Sean Young.
The little film that got lucky. How Danny Boyle's Slumdog Millionaire won eight Oscars.
Sound designer Glenn Freemantle, who worked on Gravity, commemorates the first spacewalk.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss Fitzgerald's celebrated novel of the Jazz Age.
John Barrowman tells the story of the morale-boosting US army show that toured the world.
Comic drama about a troubled professor suffering from writer's block.
Mark Kermode reviews Wonder Woman 1984.
Alan Dein explores the making and meanings of the 1955 film Rebel Without a Cause.