Comedy. The leader of an inept gang (Woody Allen) plans to break into a bank from the empty shop next door but is surprised when the cookie store his wife runs there is a huge hit. Show more
Woody Allen drama set in London, with Jonathan Rhys Meyers and Scarlett Johansson. Chris risks wealth and status after becoming obsessed with his brother-in-law's fiancee. Show more
Robert B Weide's intimate two-part study of the multi-Oscar winning New York auteur. In this first part, Woody Allen talks candidly about his childhood and early career. Show more
Woody Allen discusses his sometimes controversial relationships with the leading ladies in his life, as well as the hits and misses of five decades of filmmaking. Show more
In New York, Alvie Myers, a neurotic and self-obsessed stand-up comedian, meets kooky singer Annie Hall and they begin a relationship.
Comedy mystery. Tip-offs to would-be journalist Sondra Pransky (Scarlett Johansson) identify a serial killer as aristocrat Peter Lyman, so she strikes up a relationship with him. Show more
Mia Farrow, Michael Caine and Woody Allen star in an Academy Award-winning tale of three sisters living in New York, and their intertwining relationships with men. Show more
Animated comedy adventure about a neurotic ant who struggles to express his individuality in a colony of conformists. With the voices of Woody Allen, Dan Aykroyd and Anne Bancroft. Show more
Woody Allen's comic biopic, tracing the career of a fictional 1920s guitarist from pimp to jazz legend. Though famous and wealthy, his womanising causes true love to elude him.
Mark Lawson talks to writer and director Woody Allen, whose new film Blue Jasmine stars Cate Blanchett and Sally Hawkins. Sally Hawkins and Mike Leigh also share their thoughts. Show more