The camera flips inward to film the creative process. Watch rarities, exclusives, documentaries and special features from the artists and obsessives who make the films.
The lines you quote, scenes you love, films you prize: they start with an idea and, through toil and teamwork, become something real. Inside Film is where actors, directors and others explain their work.
Michael Powell’s dark, disturbing, once controversial tale of a shy camera technician who films women as he kills them is now rightly deemed a classic
Jean-Luc Godard’s caustic look at compromised creativity in the filmmaking world has superb images, music and acting from Piccoli, Bardot and Palance
A charming 1952 history of Elstree Studios, its films and the people who made them, from Hitchcock to Olivier.
Composer of The Lives of Others, The English Patient and Betty Blue on intimacy and experimentation.
Directed by Stanley Kwan Kam-pang
An inspirational and star-laden journey through Chinese cinema in the company of John Woo, Chen Kaige, Ang Lee and Tsui Hark.
From the director of Heimat, a mini-epic about the history of German cinema.
A history of Polish movies perceived by cinemagoers of all ages.
Directed by Nagisa Oshima
Archive propels argument in this fascinating exploration of the social and cultural importance of Japan's film heritage.
Six regions, six films appraised for cultural and historical meaning. Produced by Jean-Luc Godard.