The Big Chill (right), a moving story about the changes that have taken place in the lives of a group of friends some years after they have all left college, is perhaps the seminal work by film-maker Lawrence Kasdan. His career, which went on to feature such films as Silverado and French Kiss, is analysed in today's edition of The Directors (12noon Sky Premier).
TOBY STEPHENS comes from fine acting stock - his father was Robert Stephens and his mother is Maggie Smith. He plays the lead in Photographing Fairies (8.30pm Sky Premier), Nick Willing's satellite premiere about Charles Castle, a Victorian photographer who sets out to undermine claims that a collection of photos depict supernatural phenomena. The excellent cast includes Frances Barber, Edward Hardwicke, Ben Kingsley and Emily Woof.