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Jack O'Connell, Cannes Film Festival, Seeing Round Corners, Spymonkey

May 20th, 2016

Episode 1181 of 1306 episodes

Jack O'Connell, whose previous lead roles include Starred Up, '71 and Angelina Jolie's Unbroken, discusses his latest film in which he plays a disgruntled New Yorker with a grudge who takes George Clooney's character hostage in the financial thriller Money Monster, directed by Jodie Foster. Seeing Round Corners at Turner Contemporary in Margate explores the role of the circle in art. From sculpture to film and painting to performance, the exhibition brings together works by leading historical and contemporary artists including Leonardo da Vinci, Barbara Hepworth, JMW Turner and Anish Kapoor. Art historian and critic Richard Cork reviews. Jason Solomons rates the contenders for the Palme d'Or as the Cannes Film Festival comes to an end this week. Spymonkey's The Complete Deaths brings all of the killings in Shakespeare's works into one play. Kirsty speaks to actor Toby Park and director Tim Crouch. Presenter: Kirsty Lang Producer: Rachel Simpson.

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