75 videos featuring
Subjects: drama
9 Nov 2012
Actor Sofie Gråbøl, show creator Søren Sveistrup and producer Piv Bernth join Radio Times editor Ben Preston to discuss the series.
4 Nov 2012
Director Mark Andrews and producer Katherine Sarafian discuss the making of Brave.
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.
5 Sep 2012
The creative team behind The Scapegoat, a feature-length ITV adaptation of Daphne Du Maurier's 1957 novel, visit BFI Southbank for a panel discussion.
28 Aug 2012
David Walliams introduces his BFI Screen Epiphany, "The Spy Who Loved Me".
18 Aug 2012
Writer Camille Paglia offers a beginners' guide to Hitchcock at the start of a lecture on the director's complex portrayal of women.
16 Aug 2012
Writer Gwyneth Hughes and director Julian Jarrold discuss their work on The Girl (2012), a TV film which explores the complex relationship between Alfred Hitchcock and Tippi Hedren.
14 Aug 2012
Actor Matt Smith, writer Steven Moffat and other cast and crew members behind the latest Doctor Who adventure, Asylum of the Daleks, are interviewed at BFI Southbank.
10 Aug 2012
How does a composer write a score for a silent film? BFI Head Curator Robin Baker interviews composer Nitin Sawhney about the latter's music for our new restoration of Alfred Hitchcock's The Lodger (1926).
2 Jul 2012
Director Richard Eyre and actor Simon Russell Beale are interviewed by executive producer Sam Mendes following a preview of The Hollow Crown: Henry IV Parts 1 & 2.
1 Jul 2012
The cast and visual effects supervisor behind Sinbad, the major Sky action-adventure series, take part in a Q&A at BFI Southbank.
24 Jun 2012
Actor Tannishtha Chatterjee discusses her role in Dekh Indian Circus, a Rajasthan-set drama which premiered as part of the 2012 London Indian Film Festival.
18 Jun 2012
Romola Garai introduces her Screen Epiphany, Innocence.
9 May 2012
Kim Smith and Carl Gonzales discuss starring in The Little Ones, the groundbreaking 1964 film exploring the interracial friendship between two young children.
11 Apr 2012
Professor Charles Barr discusses 'one of the most interesting 'might have beens' of cinema history', a film about the Titanic which was to have been Alfred Hitchcock's first Hollywood project in 1939.