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Orson Welles – Hello Americans

Simon Callow

Hay Festival 2006, 
The actor introduces the second volume of his biography taking the American wunderkind through the career-disaster years from Citizen Kane to Macbeth.

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Sheila Hancock talks to Joan Bakewell

Hay Festival 2006, 
The actress and RSC Artistic Director discusses her portrait of her own marriage The Two of Us: My Life With John Thaw.

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Michael Nyman talks to Francine Stock

Hay Festival 2007, 
The prodigious composer discusses his international cinema work and collaborations with Peter Greenaway and Michael Winterbottom.

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Sally Emerson and Antonia Quirke

Start the Day 3

Hay Festival 2007, 
Emerson introduces her enchanting poetry anthology ‘for lovers, weddings and ever after’, Be Mine. Quirke talks about her movie memoir Madame Depardieu and the Beautiful Strangers. Chaired by Paul Blezard.

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Leslie Phillips talks to John Walsh

Hello

Hay Festival 2007, 
The national treasure receives the 2007 Listening Books Award, celebrating outstanding contribution to the spoken word. Chaired by LBA Trustee Jim Naughtie.

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Mike Figgis talks to Ariane Koek

Digital Film-making

Hay Festival 2007, 
The director (Leaving Las Vegas, The Sopranos, Timecode) teaches aspiring cineastes how to get the best from easily available digital technology.

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Alison Owen and Helen de Winter talk to Hannah Rothschild

What I Really Want to do is Produce

Hay Festival 2007, 
The Producer of Shaun of the Dead, Elizabeth and the forthcoming The Other Boleyn Girl discusses the Producer’s role with Helen de Winter, editor of What I Really Want to do is Produce. Chaired by Hannah Rothschild.

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David Puttnam

Hay Festival 2007, 
The advertising-man, film-maker, studio-head and now educator and political heavyweight discusses his career with Peter Florence.

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Arnand Tucker, David Nicholls and Blake Morrison

Preview: And When Did You Last See Your Father?

Hay Festival 2007, 
Director Tucker introduces clips from his forthcoming film and discusses the adaptation with the screenwriter and the poet/journalist on whose memoir the movie is based.

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Peter Falk talks to Paul Blezard

Hay Festival 2007, 
The treasured Hollywood actor yarns his comedy career and the iconic TV role of Columbo in his autobiography, called, of course, Just One More Thing.

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Joe Wright

Atonement preview screening and Q & A

Hay Festival 2007, 
The director of Pride and Prejudice previews clips from his movie of Ian McEwan's novel.

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Timbuktu and Hay

Hay Festival 2008, 
Catch up with the twinning projects involving local teachers, doctors and artisans. Films, stories and chat. Chaired by Paul Blezard and introduced by the Mayor of Hay.

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Stephen Poliakoff talks to Ariane Koek

Hay Festival 2008, 
The screenwriter discusses his two latest films Joe’s Palace and Capturing Mary with the Arvon Foundation director.

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James Ivory talks to Geordie Greig

Hay Festival 2008, 
The legendary film director discusses his career and collaborations with Ismail Merchant and Ruth Prawer Jhabvala.

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The Jazz Baroness

Hay Festival 2008, 
Film-maker Hannah Rothschild tells the extraordinary story of her eccentric great aunt Pannonica Rothschild, who became famous as the Baroness of the Bebop jazz revolution, and patron to Charlie Parker and Thelonious Monk.

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Paul Greengrass talks to Francine Stock

Hay Festival 2008, 
The director talks about his films; the Bourne trilogy, Bloody Sunday, United 93 and The Murder of Stephen Lawrence.

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Solving Stonehenge: The New Key to an Ancient Enigma

Hay Festival 2008, 
Archaeological surveyor Anthony Johnson uses hi-tech analysis to nail one of the world’s great mysteries.

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Sam Taylor-Wood and Patrick Marber

Love You More

Hay Festival 2008, 
The YBA photographer and video artist Sam Taylor-Wood discusses and introduces her collaboration with screenwriter Patrick Marber (Closer, Asylum, Notes on a Scandal, Saturday) on a short film inspired by the Buzzcocks single of the same name. The film is a tender love-story set in the heady punk days of 1978.

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Kathleen Turner talks to Peter Florence

Hay Festival 2008, 
The actress (Body Heat, War of the Roses, Romancing the Stone) talks about her life, loves and movies, wittily recounted in her memoir Send Yourself Roses.

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Bruno Ganz talks to Rosie Goldsmith

Hay Festival 2008, 
The peerless Swiss actor’s films include Wings of Desire, Downfall, Nosferatu, Strapless and Bread and Tulips.

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The Edge of Love

Hay Festival 2008, 
Director John Maybury talks to Francine Stock about his new Dylan Thomas film, starring Keira Knightley, Matthew Rhys and Siena Miller, and previews clips.

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Adrian Lambert

The Rural Media Company presents: Still Life

Hay Festival 2009, 
Eleven-year-old Lauren has almost come to terms with her parents splitting up when a school history project rekindles some very painful memories and a violent and dangerous jealousy. Set in Herefordshire, the film wrestles with isolation and identity in a rural market town, where people quickly learn how to move on rather than move away. Still Life is the Rural Media Company’s latest ambitious community film production created over the course of a year with the people of Bromyard.

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Rebecca Miller talks to Francine Stock

The Private Lives of Pippa Lee

Hay Festival 2009, 
The novelist and film director discusses her fiction and cinema treatments of her compelling story.

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Marc Craste & Helen Ward

Varmints

Hay Festival 2009, 
The writer and film-maker of this beautifully haunting ecological tale come together to discuss working collaboratively and their recent BAFTA nomination. Screening included.  Chaired by Amelia Johnstone.

9 years – adult

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Lissa Evans talks to David Aaronovitch

Their Finest Hour and a Half

Hay Festival 2009, 
The producer of Father Ted, director of The Kumars at Number 42 and Orange Prize longlisted novelist talks about creating comedy on screen and in print.

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