A range of exciting ‘transmedia’ films at the NY Film Festival explore how cinema can intersect with gaming, social and other media. Tom Brook reports.
Talking Movies is looking back at 2013 in film − and announcing the top ten films of the year on next week’s show.
We want you to participate. Record a 30-second statement on your phone or camcorder against a background that illustrates where you live and work.
Tell us your name, where you’re from, which film is your favourite and why.
Then go to this page to submit your suggestions. (Just remember to put Talking Movies in the subject line). You also can use YouTube, Vimeo and Instagram, using the hashtag #talkingmovies then send us the link to email@example.com.
Talking Movies will broadcast some of your ideas on next month’s programme.
12 Years a Slave has won plaudits as well as criticism for its unflinching portrayal of slavery. Tom Brook interviews the film’s director, Steve McQueen.
Le Week-end is a new film by Notting Hill director Roger Michel: a portrait of a 30-year relationship that shows love isn’t always smooth sailing.
The New York Film Festival offers a wide and varied mix of non-fiction films. Tom Brook considers three – from New York, Nepal and Egypt.
As Cate Blanchett is honoured in New York Tom Brook looks back at her career −and asks what do audiences, and those who work with her think is her secret?