Nature sank the luxury liner but when it came to a $200m production spiralling out of control, nothing could puncture the self-belief of James Cameron.
If you want to change television, stop people watching it. That is just one of the many tricks behind this great adaptation of Michael Dobbs’s best-selling novels.
Released in 1996, Trainspotting was accused of promoting drug abuse. But really, it was a much needed shot in the arm for British cinema.
Using The Great War as its canvas, PASSCHENDAELE threads together the stories of three couples; American, English and Irish, weaving their destinies through one of history’s most tumultuous eras.
Steven Benedict is a well-known radio broadcaster, college lecturer, writer, producer, and director of films and documentaries.