Interview: Jake Johnson Talks Digging for Fire
Joe Swanberg’s latest, Digging for Fire, is, above all, a showcase for Jake Johnson’s affable qualities as an actor.
Interview: Billy Crudup on Glass Chin
Crudup chatted with us about his recent roles and what draws him to playing amoral characters that abuse power.
The star and director spoke to us about the haunted intimacy of Meadowland from this year’s Tribeca Film Festival.
Swanberg spoke with us about making Drinking Buddies, working with “name” actors, and his love of craft brewery.
The actor discusses Unfinished Song, and his roles from Bernadette in Priscilla Queen of the Desert to General Zod in Superman II.
He’s one of those directors who people love or hate; indifference is hard to imagine.
Ratanaruang sat with us last year to discuss how he created Headshot’s tense and poetic visual vocabulary.
Marston doesn’t take the easy road. Perhaps that’s what makes him—and his films—so compelling.
On the phone from L.A., the writer-director chatted with Slant about his experience making Rampart.
Padilha may not be a household name in the U.S., but the Brazilian filmmaker has developed quite a reputation in his home country.
Getting the opportunity to chat with her, I want to probe deeper, but will she think this is prying? Will she be cagey or inviting in her responses?
Meeting Doremus to chat about his new film Like Crazy, I couldn’t help but call the director “Mr. Douchebag,” after his breakout feature.
Swanberg recently spoke with Slant about his work to date, the making of Silver Bullets, and the mumblecore movement.
Slant chatted with LaBruce about L.A. Zombie, his follow-up to Otto; or, Up with Dead People.
In 3, Tykwer addresses issues of home and family, choice and regret, birth, death, and ghosts.
Lindholm and Noer, documentarians making their feature debut, spoke with Slant about their experience making R.
Slant spoke with the director about his approach to filming his absorbing adultery tale Tuesday, After Christmas.