Francine Stock talks to Andrew Dominik, director of Chopper. His new highly acclaimed horse opera, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, stars Brad Pitt. Frank Cottrell-Boyce, the writer of Millions, Hilary And Jackie and 24 Hour Party People, looks at After Life, a masterpiece by Japanese director, Hirokazu Koreeda. Michael Nyman, the composer of The Piano and The Draughtsman's Contract reveals a few trade secrets. Cameron Diaz reveals what it's like to act in a cartoon, without any props, any other actors or indeed any idea of how they've delivered their lines.