Apted discusses his relationship to his subjects, and his own transformation over the years.
Lapid discusses how he sought to confront audiences with questions about belonging, nationalism, and identity.
The actors and filmmaker discuss the father-son relationship at the heart of the film.
The actress speaks at length about the little pieces of herself that she sees in her character.
The actor discusses his lifelong fascination with fighting, doing his own stunts, his experiences with violence, and more.
The acclaimed musician discusses his fight against cancer and his unique approach to music.
The actor discusses the social fabric of Matthew Porterfield’s film and growing up in Baltimore.
The actress discusses the film’s vacillations in tone and how she finds her characters.
Piñeiro discusses his approach to Shakespeare, the meaning of objects, and his evolving visual vocabulary.
The actress discusses her latest role, her legend, and the Kleber Mendonça Filho film’s Oscar controversy.
Ryan discusses the film’s serious themes and how they resonated with her as a daughter and a mother.
The actor discusses the nature of patriotism, the film’s harrowing production, and more.
The actor discusses his new role and, naturally, the part his body plays in his body of work.
The actor discusses his new film and how marriage helped to shape his take on his character.
The actor ponders the ideal dinner party, the fantasy of violence, and getting to the root of the characters he plays.
The actor spoke with us about the evolution of his career and how, with every new film he makes, he learns something new about himself.
Garrel spoke to us about his directorial debut and what continues to draw him to parts in hothouse productions.
The iconic actress is careful to point out that, unlike her character in 45 Years, marking milestones “isn’t my style.”
The enfant terrible discusses the making of Love, masturbation, and playing with spectators in three dimensions.
Interview: Josh Lucas on The Mend, Parenthood, and More
The Mend star spoke to us about his fondness for playing sly guys who more often than not find or cause trouble.