We chatted with the director and exec producer of The Square about their forlorn, harrowing study of dissent.
Radcliffe revealed himself to be charming and polite as he talked seriously about his work on Kill Your Darlings.
Thorburn talked to us about movies, ski masks, branching out into new art forms, and the wise words of Dr. Cornel West.
On the eve of A Single Shot‘s release, Wright squashes a myth I’d been told about his pre-acting life.
Programmed alongside feted films from Cannes and other international fests is a selection of ambitious Oscar hopefuls.
The actor discusses how he transitions between roles and how it feels to be the center of so much Oscar buzz.
The Police Officer’s Wife had easily the most walkouts of any film I saw at the festival.
We seemed to cover everything from the gifts Jonathan Demme and Lynn Shelton share to watching movies on drugs.
Our chat with the Short Term 12 director centers around trauma, non-verbal communication, and more.
Brannan discusses his new EP and the odds of getting a job after broadcasting video of himself singing on the toilet.
Mahatma Gandhi is—and always has been—many things to many people, but a sex symbol?
Murray discusses creative limitations, breaking out as a solo artist, and the dark state of the music industry.
The filmmaker discusses the inherently cinematic quality of women, his fascination with the eyes of technology, and more.
Don’t let her pixie-ish presence fool you; Audrey Tautou, star of Claude Miller’s Thérèse, has quite the wild streak.
This Sunday marks the 30th annual MTV Video Music Awards. But this isn’t your father’s VMAs.
Wright talks The World’s End and why it’s so endlessly frustrating to be defined by the films he references.
Whitaker spoke to us about his new film, The Butler, and what he thinks about the current state of black cinema.
Wong explains to us how The Grandmaster engages with the kung-fu films of the past and present.
The actor discusses everything from long-distance running to the burden of wearing a beard in front of his family.