Talking Movies is a cinema review TV show produced by the BBC and presented by Tom Brook. The show airs once a month to provide a round-up of the latest movie releases. Offering an insight into movie production, Talking Movies features on-set location reports and interviews with major Hollywood actors and movie directors. Reviewing movie plots, roles, actors' performance and production quality, Tom Brook gives an insider guide to cinema. Along with Hollywood movie reviews, the show highlights various cinematic genres including documentaries and innovative filmmaking. During the series, discussion topics center around areas of controversy to provide an in-depth evaluation on the movie business, such as whether a silent movie should be considered for an Oscar nomination. Throughout the series, Tom Brook gains access to the mind-set of famous actors and directors during probing interviews that reveal the motivation and appraisal of each movie. Interviewees include George Clooney, Ralph Fiennes and Martin Scorsese.