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We film and edit every interview from Crossing The Line: Tales from The Entertainment Industry for your viewing pleasure. Here, you will find every episode archived to watch at any time - or head over to our YouTube channel to subscribe for the latest.

Episode 29

From acting in soap opera Hollyoaks to winning the best live action short film Oscar, Christ Overton and Rachel Shenton chat all things filmmaking.


Episode 28

Head of Development at Film4, Ben Coren discusses the process of commissioning a film and seeing it through to the end.


Episode 27

Oscar nominated Make-Up Artist Jake Garber shares tales from the set of Django, The Walking Dead, and many more.


Episode 26

BAFTA Winner Mark Jenkin discusses his filmmaking process and his unique vision for storytelling.


Episode 25

F is for Family; Lego Star Wars; Spyro. If you’ve watched an animated show or played video games you’ve likely heard Trevor Devall’s distinctive voice.


Episode 24

Best known for his role as Chief Inspector Japp in Poirot from 1989 to 2013, Philip Jackson delves into his past.


Episode 23

Adam James is well known on stage and screen with credits including Doctor Foster and I May Destroy You.


Episode 22

From historical dramas like Mr Turner, to Academy Award winning drama Vera Drake, Mike Leigh has had an incredible career spanning 7 decades.


Episode 21

F is for Family; Lego Star Wars; Spyro. If you’ve watched an animated show or played video games you’ve heard Trevor Devall’s distinctive voice.


Episode 20

Best known for his role as Chief Inspector Japp in Poirot from 1989 to 2013, Philip Jackson delves into his past.


Episode 19

Jennifer Bradley is a trained actress and voice over artist, and currently runs her own podcast Actor & Agent.


Episode 18

Amy Jackson began her career as an actress before moving into casting. She currently works with Amy Hubbard


Episode 17

Andrew Cumming is a film and television director. His graduation film Radiance, was nominated for best film at the BAFTA Scotland New Talent Awards.


Episode 16

Director/co-creator Lewis Arnold, Writer Luke Neal and Editor Sacha Szwarc about ITV's Des from its birth, the in-depth research required all the way to finishing filming.


Episode 15

Roberto Surace is establishing himself as an exciting and innovative designer, working for six years as costume designer for The Play That Goes Wrong.


Episode 14

David Howe has worked as a lighting designer on the wonderful and famous shows such as A Comedy About a Bank Robbery, Woyzeck, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast



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