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In this special edition, Alan Yentob and an impressive list of contributors celebrate the life and work of the Oscar-winning director of The English Patient and The Talented Mr Ripley, who died aged 54 in March.
(Minghella's Cold Mountain can be seen tomorrow 9pm on BBC3)
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Film-lovers who'd never even met Anthony Minghella felt genuine shock and sadness when the gifted writer/director died in March this year, aged 54. He was responsible for a handful of towering films, including the multi-Oscar-winning The English Patient and the brilliant thriller The Talented Mr Ripley. TV viewers, too, felt the loss - Minghella had written, among many other TV scripts, the pilot episode of Inspector Morse and his last film, The No.1 Ladies' Detective Agency, won a huge audience when BBC1 screened it shortly after his death.
But it's his friends who pay their tributes in this low-key, heartfelt film, presented by Alan Yentob who, as BBC2 controller, commissioned Minghella's first big hit, Truly Madly Deeply. Its stars, Alan Rickman and Juliet Stevenson, are just two of many well-known names who talk of the joys of working with Minghella, by all accounts a kind and charming man. (Alison Graham)
Bob Fosse 's Oscar-winning musical drama, starring Liza Minnelli and Joel Grey. A love affair develops between cabaret singer Sally Bowles and naive
Englishman Brian Roberts in the decadent Berlin cafe society of the 1930s, against a background of German fascism. Film of the Day: page 46.
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