Taking Stock of Digital Video

At times it's been a painful journey, but at least things move quickly.

Jack Is Ready To Quit The Game

Jack Nicholson plays an ageing playboy in romantic comedy Something's Gotta Give. Paul Fischer asked him how much it was a case of art imitating life.

Ewan McGregor: Big Fish Across The Pond

His manhood may have been snipped, but Ewan McGregor is still big in the US. By Paul Fischer.

Tom Cruise on The Last Samurai

Tom Cruise talks about discovering his inner Samurai with Paul Fischer

Ang Lee Goes Green

Shooting The Hulk was an exhausting, learning experience for Taiwanese director Ang Lee which by the end left him sick of the colour green.

Harrison Ford Gets Hip To Homicide Comedy

Harrison Ford hangs with the hip hop crowd in comedy Hollywood Homicide. Paul Fischer talks to the sixtysomething Eminem fan.

Moore's Lore Re-evaluates US Gun Culture

Michael Moore, the burly corporation-basher from Flint, Michigan is back and madder than ever on the subject of gun control in award-winning documentary Bowling For Columbine. He tells Paul Fischer.

Trainspotting Star Gets Teeth Into Scottish Werewolf Movie

A tale of a group of soldiers doing battle with wild dogs in the Scottish highlands could be the best British horror in years. Brian Pendreigh meets the director and star.

Sharp Shooter

Alan Sharp, the man who wrote the scripts for Rob Roy, the recently rereleased The Hired Hand and a new film about Scotland's national bard, Rabbie Burns, calls his work "pastiche".