On the verge of his would-be mainstream breakout, the actor spoke to us about bringing those talents to a film that's both inspired by real events and distinctly Coen-esque.
The director told me his thoughts about post-captivity re-immersion, the potential offensiveness of one of Oldboy's characters, and how his students at NYU receive his stuff.
Coming off like his understated character in Nebraska, the comedian spoke to us about the terrifying prospect of working on Alexander Payne's latest.
The actress spoke with us about her new role in How I Live Now, what she looks for in a part, and her biggest vice in life.
In a cadent voice of his own, Polish spoke with me about filming in the remote Big Sur and using Kerouac's own writing method to tackle the writing of the screenplay.
This genre resents platitude, but the good horror film usually isn't cynical, as it insists on the humanity that's inextinguishable even by severe atrocity.
We were honored to meet the director and executive producer of The Square to discuss their forlorn, harrowing study of dissent.
Radcliffe, charming and polite, and with the professional assurance of a showbiz veteran, talks about his new film Kill Your Darlings.
Thorburn talked to us about movies, ski masks, branching out into new art forms, and the wise words of Dr. Cornel West.
The actor squashes a myth about his pre-acting life, while also explaining how to effectively play drunk and why reading to his child is often more enlightening than reading Hollywood scripts.
Per usual, programmed alongside a smattering of feted films from Cannes, Berlin, Venice, and other international showcases is a selection of ambitious Academy Award hopefuls.
We spoke with the star of 12 Years a Slave about how he transitions between roles, the allure of Los Angeles, and how it feels to be the center of so much Oscar buzz.
We covered everything from the gifts Jonathan Demme and Lynn Shelton share to watching movies on drugs.
We sat down with the director of Short Term 12 after a San Diego screening of the film to discuss trauma, non-verbal communication, and the art of growing up.
Brannan chats about his new EP, David Lynch, and the odds of getting a job at 50 after broadcasting video of himself singing on the toilet.
The filmmaker touches on subjects ranging from the inherently cinematic quality of women to his fascination with the eyes of technology.
Murray talked with us about creative limitations, breaking out as a solo artist, and the dark state of the music industry.
Don't let the pixie-ish presence fool you; Audrey Tautou has quite the wild streak.
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