With Francine Stock.
Actor/director Julie Delpy explains why she thinks there are still only a few female directors and why, in her experience, some money men believe that women are too emotional to be in charge of a film production.
Florence Pugh discusses the parts she's been offered since her break-through role in Lady Macbeth and why many scripts begin with a description of a female character's appearance rather than her intelligence.
Composer Neil Brand reveals why Elmer Bernstein's score for The Magnificent Seven changed the sound of the western
Critics Larushka Ivan-Zadeh and Gavia Baker-Whitelaw go toe-to-toe to get their director into The Film Programme's A to Z of Film-makers. Show less