A look at the films that made the big screen their home.
We look back on the films which made it into the cinema and what we might have missed.
Cinema Secrets is a collaboration between Google and the BBC which seeks to understand the stories behind some of the most iconic movies and TV shows of the past 30 years.
The project is produced by BBC Newsnight and features a panel of experts including former director-general of the BBC Richard Corbett and film critic John Harris.
In a bid to capture the essence of each film, the panel will investigate each film’s story line and what they meant to its audience.
This is a tricky process, as the films themselves are very individual.
The BBC’s Richard Corbesons film, The Beatles, features the first-ever feature-length documentary, in which he tells the story of the band.
This film is also the first in which the audience gets to hear Corbett’s personal story and is a personal favourite of mine.
We also have our hands on the final film of the festival, The Sound of Music, and we look back as the Beatles play a special performance at London’s Wembley Stadium.
While the films we have selected have an enormous breadth of stories, they all have a common theme: they are all about friendship and camaraderie.
They all tell the story, the themes and the relationships that exist in their lives, and they all reflect the way the people around them see the world and how the world sees them.
We hope that these films will give you a deeper understanding of what it means to be a film-goer and what it takes to get a film on the big-screen.