Molly Dineen in Conversation

'People have a right to documentaries'. As the third volume of her work is released on BFI DVD, award-winning director Molly Dineen, renowned for her intimate portrait films, reflects on her career in an interview with Mark Lawson.

Dineen recalls working with one of her most famous subjects, Tony Blair, and her battles with Alastair Campbell for the MP’s time, reveals why Geri Halliwell stormed off camera, and discusses how other documentary makers have adopted her vérité style.


Elsewhere on BFI Live



  • Do the Right Thing
  • L'Atalante
  • Psycho
  • Separation