Next Episode of Film 2016 is
Season 1 / Episode 14 and airs on 14 December 2016 00:25
Claudia Winkleman, Danny Leigh and the team take a critical look at the week in film.
Claudia is joined by Mark Cousins for a look at films including 'The Big Short', 'Our Brand in Crisis' and 'The Assassin'.
Claudia and Danny are joined by Camilla Long to review the latest movies coming out this week. Films featured are 'Youth', 'Boston', 'Spotlight' and '13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi'.
Claudia Winkleman, Danny Leigh and Robbie Collin review this week's film releases, featuring a look at 'Dad's Army', 'Trumbo' and 'A Bigger Splash'.
Claudia Winkleman and Danny Leigh are joined by Rhianna Dhillon to review 'Zoolander 2', 'Deadpool' and 'Pride and Prejudice and Zombies'.
Danny is joined by Antonia Quirke and Ashley Clark who review this weeks new releases, including 'Triple Nine', 'Bone Tomahawk' and 'Freeheld'.
Claudia and Danny were joined by Peter Bradshaw to look at the runners and riders for this week's Oscars ceremony. Plus a look at the films 'Grimsby' and 'Secret in Their Eyes'.
Claudia and Danny were joined by Tim Robey to look at the latest comedy, Hail Caesar and Cate Blanchett's Truth.
Film 2016 returns hosted by a new line-up of guest presenters. This week, Zoe Ball is joined by critics Danny Leigh and Ellen E Jones. On tonight's agenda is fashion guru Tom Ford's dark thriller Nocturnal Animals and classic weepie The Light Between Oceans, starring Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander. Plus hotshot young director Damien Chazelle reveals why his new film La La Land just had to be a musical.
Actor, comedian and film geek Ben Bailey Smith takes the reins of Film 2016 to review sci-fi blockbuster Arrival, starring Amy Adams, and British drama A Hundred Streets. And screenwriter Paul Schrader remembers Taxi Driver, 40 years on. Ben is joined on the sofa by Danny Leigh and Grace Dent.
In the Film 2016 hot seat this week is Mariella Frostrup. She's joined by critics Danny Leigh and Tim Robey to review the latest JK Rowling adaptation Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, starring Eddie Redmayne, and Dog Eat Dog, a crime thriller starring Nicolas Cage and Willem Dafoe.
Journalist Camilla Long is joined by by Danny Leigh and Rhianna Dhillon to review epic period drama A United Kingdom, starring David Oyelowo and Rosamund Pike, Brad Pitt in wartime thriller Allied, and actor Adam Driver talks about how he had to learn to drive a bus in Jim Jarmusch's Paterson.
Taking charge of Film 2016 this week is comedian and film fan Paul Merton. He is joined by critics Danny Leigh and Kate Muir to review Clint Eastwood's tense plane drama Sully, starring Tom Hanks, Spike Lee's innovative Chi-Raq, and Miles Teller stars as a world champion boxer in Bleed for This. Plus, legendary director Paul Verhoeven talks sex and sci-fi.
Movie news, reviews and interviews. Hosting is DJ and film fan extraordinaire Edith Bowman. She is joined by critics Danny Leigh and Peter Bradshaw to chat about Oliver Stone's latest Snowden, starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt as the errant cyber leaker, controversial slavery drama The Birth of a Nation and - ready the eggnog - it's the Film Show's first Christmas movie of the season, Office Christmas Party starring Jennifer Aniston and Jason Bateman.
Antonia Quirke hosts the Christmas edition of Film 2016, ably assisted by critics Danny Leigh and Ashley Clark. Top of their to-do list is Rogue One: A Star Wars Story starring Felicity Jones as a rebellion soldier charged with taking on the Empire. They also take a look at some of the best films coming out over the Christmas break, including Martin Scorsese's Silence starring Adam Driver, modern fairy tale A Monster Calls and Oscar favourites LA musical La La Land and family drama Manchester by the Sea.
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