Bradley discusses how the forces of collaboration and intuition inform her filmmaking process.
The filmmaker discusses how Shithouse reflects the specifics of a certain life experience.
Johnson discusses how the omnipresence of cameras is adjusting our relationship to the concept of memory.
The multihyphenate artist discusses why the medium she wants to work in comes before her ideas.
Sheil discusses how she situates the specifics of work within such an ambiguous and allegorical film.
Rogen discusses collaborating with Simon Rich, how the film enriched his understanding of Judaism, the exhibition prospects of comedy in the streaming era, and more.
The Rosses discuss how performance, accessibility, empathy, and nostalgia figure into their work.
Murphy discusses how she steered the film away from weepy clichés and toward an authentic portrayal of teenage experience.
Young discusses Josephine Decker’s unconventional processes and what she will take from the film to future projects.
In a wide-ranging conversation, the actor discusses his film appearances, as well as all the life and roles in between.
Never Rarely Sometimes Always breaks new ground for Hittman as a filmmaker.
In our wide-ranging conversation, we covered the hazy distinctions between past, present, and future in both Brazil and the United States.
O’Connor discusses the challenge of rendering a performance with a smaller delta between actor and character
It’s to the immense credit of these two great actors that Ordinary Love is so inspiring.
Balagov’s cinematic verve feels like an accomplishment not so much because of his age, but in spite of it.
The filmmaker discusses the public reaction of the film, bringing it to Emmanuel Macron, and more.
Redmayne discusses everything from calibrating his physicality in rehearsals to cultivating his imagination on a barren set.
Our talk ranged from the personal to the political, her singular work to the cinema at large.
Our conversation led us into discussion about how far Mr. Rogers’s philosophy can extend into today’s world.
Greenfield discusses how the film relates to her body of work and the warnings Americans ought to heed from it.