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101 videos featuring
The Killing + Q&A
9 Nov 2012
Actor Sofie Gråbøl, show creator Søren Sveistrup and producer Piv Bernth join Radio Times editor Ben Preston to discuss the series.
The Shining: Horror's Greatest Achievement? + Q&A
7 Nov 2012
Director Ben Wheatley, critics Michel Ciment & Kim Newman, Kubrick’s long-standing collaborator Jan Harlan & producer Tanya Seghatchian discuss The Shining.
Three Ring Circus + Panel and Q&A
29 Oct 2012
TV historian Lez Cooke, producer Ken Trodd and directors Philip Saville and Piers Haggard discuss the experimental TV movement and its legacy today.
Horror Europa + Q&A
28 Oct 2012
Presenter Mark Gatiss, producer John Das and programme consultant Jonathan Rigby discuss Horror Europa.
Smoke + Q&A
6 Oct 2012
Paul Auster details his relationship with film, his love of collaboration and the influence of Robert Altman and Yasujiro Ozu.
56th BFI London Film Festival Press Launch
5 Sep 2012
For all video coverage of the 56th London Film Festival, please visit: http://www.bfi.org.uk/lff/
Ways of Seeing + Q&A
4 Apr 2012
Director Michael Dibb discusses working with writer and broadcaster John Berger on Ways of Seeing, the groundbreaking 1972 BBC art programme.
Alice Walker: Beauty in Truth + Q&A
29 Mar 2012
British filmmaker Pratibha Parmar visits the BFI London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival to present extracts from Alice Walker: Beauty in Truth, a documentary about the life and art of the Pulitzer Prize-winning writer.
BFI Fellowship Award: Richard Lester
22 Mar 2012
Director Richard Lester receives a BFI Fellowship award following a screening of his Robin Hood drama, Robin and Marian (1976).
Joe Cornish introduces Over the Edge
14 Mar 2012
Writer and director Joe Cornish introduces a screening of Over the Edge, Jonathan Kaplan's 1979 film about teenage rebellion in a suburban community.
Charles Dickens's 200th Birthday
7 Feb 2012
A host of special guests visit BFI Southbank to mark the occasion of Charles Dickens's 200th birthday.
Adapting Dickens for Television Panel
28 Jan 2012
Broadcaster Mark Lawson chairs a panel discussion about the relationship between Dickens's work and television.
Look Around You + Q&A
12 Jan 2012
Jonathan Ross hosts a panel discussion at BFI Southbank with Robert Popper, Peter Serafinowicz and Tim Kirkby.
Funday TV Preview: Lost Christmas
11 Dec 2011
Members of Lost Christmas' creative team discuss the programme, the story and its theme of loss.
The Mystery of Edwin Drood + Q&A
8 Dec 2011
The cast and crew of The Mystery of Edwin Drood discuss working on the new TV adaptation.
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