Annual Film Review 2018
What is it like trying to cope with the hopes and dreams of growing up - and the disappointments and confusion? How far can a grieving mother go to seek justice for her murdered daughter? And how important is it that journalists have the courage to hold politicians to account even when doing so could land them behind bars? Just three of the questions which present themselves in the films featured in the annual All Things Considered review programme. Joining Roy Jenkins are The Rev’d Dr Peter Francis, warden of Gladstone’s Library at Hawarden, which regularly runs courses on contemporary film and theology; the film-maker and writer Angela Graham, and the Rev’d Sister Wendy Tayler, whose previous jobs have included being a night club chaplain for the Church Army: she’s now associate priest at four churches in the Caerleon ministry area.