March 15th, 2010
Episode 116 of 256 episodes
Peter Kemp reviews the book Robert Altman: the Oral Biography; Lisa Dethridge provides a rundown of The Alliance Française French Film Festival 2010, running throughout March in most capital cities; Boris Trbic reviews 3 films from the Festival - OSS 117: Lost In Rio, Regrets and Queen To Play; Nick Matteo reviews 3 Jules Dassin films reissued on DVD through Madman - The Naked City, Night and the City and Brute Force; Tait Brady and Tony Martin join Paul Harris to discuss film distribution and sales; and Gary Hilberg reviews Love and Pain and the Whole Damn Thing, now available on DVD through Sony.
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