The filmmaker discusses While We're Young's documentary style and the search for truth not only in his own art, but also within himself.
Many of this year's selections detour down stylistic back roads that often yield new perspectives on the blurring of art and life.
We caught up with the filmmaker to discuss the origins of the spellbinding It Follows, his thematic fixations, and his relationship to genre.
Sullivan chats about her earliest experiences as a gospel prodigy, her long hiatus from the music industry, and her superb comeback album.
The fun of our discussion with Force Majeure director Ruben Östlund was in trying to figure out just how his eye became so jaundiced.
One theme that emerged over and over this year was the music video that offered a behind-the-scenes, sometimes meta, look at image-making.
We spoke with Burton about what Big Eyes and Keane's experience has to say about the suburban American dream of the Cold War era.
Though 2014 produced some great albums, the last 12 months often seemed, at best, a transitional year for music.
Our selections prove imperative and essential not just to discussions about the state of cinema, but the very fabric of quotidian life.
Pop culture's pendulum trajectory swings between outrage and fatigue, but there are still things to celebrate.
Finding the gems with freshness and vitality is as much a burrower's game as ever these days.
Many of the year's best shows approached storytelling in the episodic form from clever, distinct perspectives.
If this is the direction of the industry, this may be a slate we look back on as ground zero for something that transcends everything that came prior.
Ullmann spoke with us about her unique struggles as a filmmaker, the relevancy of Miss Julie for contemporary audiences, and Jessica Chastain's awards-worthy performance.
The filmmaker spoke with us about Bad Hair's central mother-son relationship, shooting on Caracas's barren and dusty streets, the meaning of "bad hair," and more.
The filmmaker sat down with us to discuss Jane and Stephen Hawking's story, Eddie Redmayne's perseverance, and The Theory of Everything's surprise Oscars buzz
We got to sit down with Schwartzman to discuss Listen Up Philip, its acidic one-liners and working with Elisabeth Moss, and the status of that rumored Bored to Death movie.
The actor turned filmmaker discusses the ups and downs of Catch Hell 's production, the freedom of directing himself, and how actors actually do read Internet comments.
The actor spoke with us about becoming a Pasolini rather than the Pasolini, his views on the circumstances surrounding the acclaimed filmmaker's death, and more.
We spoke with the author turned filmmaker about the importance of rendering cinematic homosexual acts public, Egyptian soap operas, being 41, and more.
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