We caught up with the mewithoutYou frontman just hours before the band's gig in St. Louis.
The filmmaker chats with us about Queen of Earth, his kinship to his characters' feelings, and the influence of two titans of the medium on his work.
The actor spoke with us about his work in The Mend and his his fondness for playing sly, seductive guys who more often than not find or cause trouble.
Joe Swanberg's latest, Digging for Fire, is, above all, a showcase for Jake Johnson's affable qualities as an actor.
The brilliant Kiwi multi-hyphenate was quick to laugh and revealed himself to be quite responsive and allergic to self-aggrandizement.
We chatted with Neveldine about his recent foray into short-story writing and the visual strategies used in The Vatican Tapes.
Oppenheimer hopes The Look of Silence's public exposure can help push Indonesia toward something akin to a Truth and Reconciliation Committee.
McKellen exhibits a skeptical curiosity, a talent for close observation, and a healthy, if self-mocking, ego, all of which must serve him well as an actor.
One of the best actresses of her generation, Linney has a knack for making cool, even somewhat icy characters seem sympathetic.
Mark Christopher was eager to talk about how he was able to restore 54 to its original story.
At 80 years of age, he evinces the same passion that has animated his provocative work up to this point.
We had the chance to speak with the actor about his most recent roles and what draws him to playing amoral characters that abuse power.
We spoke with The Overnight actor-producer about working with this wife, donning a goatee, and wearing a penis prosthetic.
We spoke with Shawn about working with André Gregory, Louis Malle, and Jonathan Demme, as well as by himself, tucked away in a little room fashioning voices for cartoon animals.
In town to promote Andrew Bujalski's Results, Guy Pearce was articulate, seemingly unguarded, and quietly enthusiastic.
The writer-director has a self-effacing style of speech and a habit of making a thoughtful observation, then promptly second-guessing it.
We chatted with the actor about coming onto the set of Slow West like a wrecking ball, those Star Wars rumors, and more.
The filmmaker sat down with us to discuss Saint Laurent as a "golden jail" film.
The actor discusses what drew him to Far from the Madding Crows and Thomas Vinterberg's illuminating approach to improvisation.
The producer/star and director spoke to us about the haunted intimacy of Meadowland from this year's Tribeca Film Festival.
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