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The most moving film Christopher Nolan has made

Friday 07 Nov 2014

Interstellar Interviews

Today's Mary McEvoy talks to director Christopher Nolan and stars Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway and Jessica Chastain about the sci-fi epic.

  • Morten Tyldum

    Bletchley Park and after

    Paddy Kehoe talks to Morten Tyldum, director of The Imitation Game, which is based on the tragic life of Alan Turing,the mathematician and cryptanalyst who broke the Nazis' Enigma code.. Turing, played by Benedict Cumberbatch.

  • Jennifer Kent

    The Babadook director Jennifer Kent

    With the acclaimed psychological chiller The Babadook now in cinemas, Harry Guerin talks to its writer-director, Jennifer Kent.

  • Jim Mickle, director of Cold in July, starring Michael C Hall , Sam Shepard, Don Johnson

    Director Jim Mickle on Cold in July

    Director Jim Mickle's fourth film, Cold in July, has just been released on DVD, Blu-Ray and On Demand. Paddy Kehoe spoke to Jim Mickle on the line to New York.

  • Simone Kirby Photo: Sarah Gawler

    Simone Kirby talks Jimmy's Hall

    With Jimmy's Hall out now on DVD, star Simone Kirby tells RTÉ TEN's Harry Guerin about working with legendary director Ken Loach.

  • (l-r) Gary Shore, Sarah Gadon and Luke Evans in Dublin at the premiere of their film Dracula Untold

    Dracula Untold Interviews

    With Dracula Untold now in cinemas, RTÉ TEN's Harry Guerin met Dublin-born director Gary Shore and stars Luke Evans and Sarah Gadon to find out more about the origins movie - watch here.

  • Brendan Gleeson with John Michael McDonagh

    Calvary director John Michael McDonagh

    With Calvary out now on DVD and Blu-ray, its director, John Michael McDonagh, talks to Harry Guerin about the making of the film and his future plans.

  • Dan Stevens

    From Downton Darling to dangerous Dan

    You may remember him as Matthew Crawley in period drama Downton Abbey but Dan Stevens unleashes his much darker side in the terrific new action/horror/black comedy mash-up The Guest. He talks to Alan Corr

  • James Corden, Keira Knightley and Mark Ruffalo

    Begin Again Interviews

    Harry Guerin meets the stars of the feelgood hit of the summer.