Nick Broomfield talks to Stuart Maconie about his documentaries, Aardman Animations co-founder Peter Lord reviews The Incredibles and The Iron Giant and novelist and screenwriter Paul Auster discusses his two movies Smoke and Blue in the Face. Stuart Maconie 's DVD review: p44
Are India's traditions under threat from growing intolerance and violence?
Sir Mark Tully travels through India examining how the collapse of secularism has created a vacuum in which Hindu
Nationalism is flourishing.
Frederico Fellini 's ebullient "memoir" of life in Rimini in the Thirties.
Magali Noel , Puppela Maggio and Armando Brancia star in the comic drama from 1973. In Italian with English subtitles.
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