BBC Four's celebration of film music begins with Sound Of Cinema: The Music That Made The Movies, a three-part documentary presented by writer, composer and film music aficionado Neil Brand. Neil tells his alternative history of cinema, putting the soundtrack centre stage. The series features some of the biggest directors of past and present, including Quentin Tarantino, Alfred Hitchcock and Martin Scorsese, alongside film scores of cult and blockbuster movies like Star Wars, Inception, Hitchcock's Psycho, and Gladiator.
Music for the Movies: Bernard Herrmann is a 1992 documentary film directed by Joshua Waletzky. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.
Adult Rappers is a documentary feature that tells the story of 'working class' rappers and the struggle to find a balance between making a living and pursuing their art alongside the never ending saga of age and relevance.
A fresh, scientific and sometimes humorous look at the effects of the Adult Industry on a single man and a married couple who view porn & frequent xxx-clubs for 30 days. Strip club owners, dancers, porn stars and top experts reveal the industry in a fiery debate.
The making of the new superhero which pits Henry Cavill's Superman against Batman, played by Ben Affleck.
Danny Leigh explores the elemental drama of the boxing movie. For over 120 years, boxing and film have been entwined and the fight film has been used to address powerful themes such as redemption, race and corruption. Film writer Leigh examines how each generation's fight films have reflected their times and asks why film-makers from Stanley Kubrick to Martin Scorsese have returned time and again to tales of the ring. Interviewees include former world heavyweight champion Lennox Lewis, Rocky director John G Avildsen and Thelma Schoonmaker, editor of Raging Bull.
Adult Rappers is a documentary feature that tells the story of 'working class' rappers and the struggle to find a balance between making a living and pursuing their art alongside the never ending saga of age and relevance. Devoid of the ego that's so common in hip-hop, the interviews that drive the narrative explore the myths and misconceptions of life as a rapper with shocking honesty. When your hobby becomes your job - it's time to find a new hobby.