The director and actor discuss how the film’s main character progressed from Denis’s imagination to Pattinson’s realization.
Leigh discusses the seemingly counterintuitive process of making a period film more contemporarily relevant by fully embracing the past.
Jenkins discusses his artistic inspirations, how he’s developed his cinematic voice, and more.
Rohrwacher discusses why she needed to make this film at this moment.
Kore-eda discusses what motivated him to make his Palme d’Or-winning triumph.
Grant discusses portraying persons who have good and bad in them.
McCarthy discusses how her process changed to play a real person.
Audiard discusses his alterations to the source novel, as well as his on-the-fly shooting style.
The actor and comedian discusses the similarity of his process across genres.
The film never manages to reconcile the enormity of the Holocaust with how ordinary a bureaucrat Eichmann was.
The director discusses how his film functions in the larger conversation of queer cinema.
Burnham discusses how his film is an extension of his comedy work.
Legrand discusses how his filmmaking connects to pressing social issues off screen.
Beauvois discusses his new film’s feminist core and his connection to improvisation.
Leilo discusses finding the balance between his characters’ respective narrative arcs.
Ozon discusses finding fresh ways to approach his favorite genre.
Vega discusses how she brought her experiences as a trans woman to the role of Marina.
The actress discusses the unconventional way she approaches her performances.