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Talking Movies

Talking Movies is BBC World News' flagship cinema review and magazine show.

In a monthly programme, presenter Tom Brook presents all the latest news and reviews from the world of cinema.

From the most recent Hollywood blockbusters to insightful documentaries and ground-breaking world cinema, Talking Movies is a guide to the best in film.

With exclusive reports from Hollywood and New York, on location features with top directors and artists and interviews with the big stars, Tom brings the big screen to the small screen.

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Hard-boiled Australian thrillers have won acclaim at film festivals and introduced actors who have since become Hollywood stars. Christian Blauvelt reports.

Graffiti’s golden age

The documentary Stations of the Elevated shows the birth of New York’s graffiti movement. Tom Brook interviews the man who helped raise vandalism to an artform.

Shining a light on genocide

A new film tells the story of a visionary who set the stage for the Nuremberg trials – but who died penniless and alone. Tom Brook reports.

For his latest role, Benedict Cumberbatch plays code-breaker Alan Turing in The Imitation Game. He talks to Tom Brook about the brilliant and eccentric figure.

Studio Babelsberg just outside Berlin has been used by Quentin Tarantino, Wes Anderson – and Joseph Goebbels. Tom Brook reports.