Oldham chats about his methodology, “objective truth” in songwriting, and politics in music.
It was clear that current issues and events had a significant impact on the programming decisions.
Doclisboa offers a vertiginously eclectic and vast lineup, with a mishmash of old and new films from a multitude of countries.
The actor-director discusses the value of telling this particular coming-out story.
A yearning for tolerance united many of the festival’s films.
Horror resents platitude, but the good horror film insists on the humanity that’s inextinguishable even by severe atrocity.
Grant discusses portraying persons who have good and bad in them.
McCarthy discusses how her process changed to play a real person.
Everett discusses his passion for Wilde and bringing his labor of love to the screen.
This year's main slate, the most geographically far-flung in recent memory, features 30 films from 22 different countries.
The singer-songwriter talks about her new album, her process, and more.
Audiard discusses his alterations to the source novel, as well as his on-the-fly shooting style.
The filmmaker discusses what Ben Mendelsohn has in common with Catherine Keener.
The married filmmakers discuss their creative process, style versus substance, and more.
The actor and comedian discusses the similarity of his process across genres.
By the end of the two-and-a-half-hour set, the entire band was rocking in lockstep.
Bujalski discusses making films as balancing order with chaos.
We spoke with Nick Urata about the recording process and bringing his songs to life.
Mother and daughter discuss the sacrifices women make for men.
The director discusses how his film functions in the larger conversation of queer cinema.