At The Movies

Thursday 11 February 2016, with Simon Morris

AT THE MOVIES #625 - IT ALL STARTS WITH A SCRIPT

On At The Movies, Simon Morris looks at the sudden respect being given to the screenwriter – star scribes like Aaron Sorkin (Steve Jobs) and Charlie Kaufman (Anomalisa). He also talks to the Oscar-nominated Phyllis Nagy about her adaptation of Carol, based on the 1950s novel by crime writer Patricia Highsmith.

At the Movies for 11 February 2016

7:30 PM. On At The Movies, Simon Morris looks at the sudden respect being given to the screenwriter - including Aaron Sorkin, who wrote Steve Jobs, and Anomalisa's Charlie Kaufman. He also talks to Oscar-nominated Phyllis Nagy (PRON: Narge) about her film Carol.

Featured this week – a film about Apple billionaire Steve Jobs, directed by Danny Boyle and starring Michael Fassbender, Kate Winslet and Jeff Daniels.

Anomalisa is a stop-motion Death of a Salesman, directed by Charlie Kaufman.

And an interview with playwright and screenwriter Phyllis Nagy, nominated for an Academy Award for her adaptation of Patricia Highsmith’s love story, Carol.