Mother and daughter discuss the sacrifices women make for men.
Van Sant discusses the long road in bringing late cartoonist John Callahan’s life to the screen.
Sevigny discusses her early work and navigating the male-dominated world of her profession.
Tucci discusses carrying Giacometti and James Lord with him for the better part of his life.
The actors discuss The Party’s political satire, Sally Potter’s approach to her screenplay, and more.
Bening and Bell discuss Gloria Grahame and Peter Turner’s relationship.
Trier discusses the challenges he sets up for himself as a filmmaker with each new project.
The brothers discuss the hot-button issues at the film’s center and their unique filmmaking approach.
Our talk ranged from the common themes that unite her films to Jason Momoa love of knives.
He discusses staying excited about new projects, the luscious power of the theater, and more.
Defying expectations was a common thread throughout our chat with the actress.
The auteur discusses the film’s casting process, his influences and his desire to deviate from them, and more.
The filmmaker discusses working with Nicolas Cage and moving forward after Dying of the Light’s contentious release.
The director and actress discuss the complexities of their unconventional docu-fiction hybrid.
The filmmaker discusses the usefulness of family, Mads Mikkelsen’s genius, and why it’s a great time to be a Dane.
Mond discusses James White’s origins, stars Christopher Abbott and Cynthia Nixon’s involvement in the film, and his future projects.
Interview: Hal Hartley on Ned Rifle, Career, and More
The Ned Rifle filmmaker spoke to us about where he sees himself plying his trade in an ever-changing industry.
Murdoch spoke to us about preferring breakfast to the rock n’ roll lifestyle and things he has in common with QT.
Luna discusses the working conditions under which Cesar Chavez worked and his understanding of the man’s legacy.