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20090507Janice Forsyth with all the film news and interviews you'll need for the weekend.
Movie Café, The [Radio Scotland]08/10/200920091011Director Shane Meadows discusses his latest film Le Donk and Scor-zay-zee, plus we hear from the team behind new Disney/Pixar adventure Up.
Director Shane Meadows discusses his latest film Le Donk and Scor-zay-zee.
16/09/201020100919Janice Forsyth with the unmissable weekly film programme.
Kevin Lewis discusses Nick Moran's adaptation of his bestselling memoir of his tough childhood, The Kid.
Janice reviews Martin Compston's latest performance, as a young man whose life takes a new turn when he discovers the Northern Soul scene of the late 1970s, Soulboy.
Director Debra Granik talks to the Movie Cafe about her film Winter's Bone, a tense Missouri-based drama about a young woman trying to save her family's home after her drug-dealing father skips bail.
Plus Janice talks to the man behind the reopening of Glenrothes' town centre cinema, and finds out from the director of Regional Screen Scotland whether we are seeing a revival of cinema culture in towns around the country.
Janice Forsyth's film show with Kevin Lewis on The Kid and Debra Granik on Winter's Bone.
Movie Café, The [Radio Scotland]20100923

Janice Forsyth with the unmissable weekly film programme.
Janice reviews reviews EAT PRAY LOVE - Glee creator Ryan Murphy's adaptation of Elizabeth Gilbert's bestselling books, starring Julia Roberts as a disillusioned 40-something who takes off on a round-the-world journey to find herself... And she also looks at WORLD'S GREATEST DAD - the latest Robin Williams film which some critics have said is a return to fine form.
Simon Bateson talks us through the programme of this year's TAKE ONE ACTION film festival, which aims to engage and spark discussion about global issues - such as climate change, education, food shortages and environmental catastrophes.
Controversial director Gaspar Noe talks to the Movie Cafe about his latest film ENTER THE VOID, a fully immersive film about a drug dealer and a stripper in contemporary Tokyo, which has been compared to Stanley Kubrick's 2001.
And we celebrate the re-release of FROM HERE TO ETERNITY, the 1953 war drama/romance set in Hawaii and starring Burt Lancaster, Montgomery Clift, Frank Sinatra and Deborah Kerr.

Janice Forsyth reviews Eat Pray Love and World's Greatest Dad.
Movie Café, The [Radio Scotland]03/11/201120111106
Machine Gun Preacher. It's the inspirational true story of Sam Childers, a former drug-dealing criminal who undergoes an astonishing transformation and finds an unexpected calling as the saviour of hundreds of kidnapped and orphaned children. Scottish star of the screen Gerard Butler delivers a searing performance as Childers, the impassioned founder of the Angels of East Africa rescue organisation. We hear from the real Machine Gun Preacher Sam Childers and review the film.
Damien Lewis (Band of Brothers) discusses his role in Will opposite British newcomer Perry Eggleton, Bob Hoskins (A Christmas Carol, Who Framed Roger Rabbit), Kristian Kiehling and Alice Krige (Chariots of Fire). WILL is being tipped as this autumn's 'boy's-own adventure' that's in a league of its own.
Africa in Motion. The UK's largest African film festival is in its sixth year and takes place at the Filmhouse in Edinburgh. Isabel Mendes tells us about the highlights and must see films from this years' programme.
Our DVD Pick of the Week is the TRIPLE OSCAR NOMINATED THE CONVERSATION which has its UK BLU-RAY PREMIERE 31ST OCTOBER 2011. Written & Directed by Francis Ford Coppola it stars Gene Hackman, John Cazale, Robert Duvall Teri Garr, Harrison Ford, and Frederic Forrest
London Film Week. We hear the highlights from the 55th BFI London Film Festival.
Jack Goes Boating. We review Philip Seymour Hoffman's directorial debut in which he stars as the lead character. Adapted from a Robert Glaudini play, which Hoffman once starred in on Broadway, JACK GOES BOATING tells the tale of the titular character's midlife awakening to love, life, cooking and swimming.

We review Machine Gun Preacher, starring Scottish star of the screen Gerard Butler.
26/04/201220120429Janice Forsyth on all things film, including Albert Nobbs and Damsels in Distress.
Movie Café, The [Radio Scotland]02/12/2010
Movie Café, The [Radio Scotland]03/02/2011
Movie Café, The [Radio Scotland]03/03/2011
Movie Café, The [Radio Scotland]04/11/2010
Movie Café, The [Radio Scotland]06/01/2011
Movie Café, The [Radio Scotland]07/04/2011
Movie Café, The [Radio Scotland]09/12/2010
Movie Café, The [Radio Scotland]10/02/2011
Movie Café, The [Radio Scotland]10/02/2011
Movie Café, The [Radio Scotland]11/11/2010
Movie Café, The [Radio Scotland]16/12/2010
Movie Café, The [Radio Scotland]17/02/2011
Movie Café, The [Radio Scotland]17/03/2011
Movie Café, The [Radio Scotland]18/11/2010
Movie Café, The [Radio Scotland]19/04/2012
20/01/2011
24/03/2011
25/11/2010
27/01/2011
28/10/2010
Movie Café, The [Radio Scotland]30/12/2010
Movie Café, The [Radio Scotland]31/03/2011
Movie Café, The [Radio Scotland]31/03/2011

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