One of the most exciting filmmakers working talks about the enduring cultural resonance of the too good to be true tale of an obscure American businessman.
The L.A. nonprofit's co-founder on building an audience and keep them coming back.
On how a quest to make the ultimate Volkswagen movie turned into something more poignant.
On handcrafting a tense potboiler without resorting to handheld camerawork.
The writer/director of the delightfully misanthropic comedy about warring siblings stuck in a holding pattern *and* a Honda Accord together talks about the road to his second feature, his generation's disinterest in historical context and the pleasure of having someone recite a laughline from something he made.
The self-described artist/actress/monster and director of this extraordinary study of psychological trauma talk about their most unique filmmaking process.
Bong Joon-ho's "Memories of Murder" collaborator talks about his thrilling high-seas directorial debut, South Korea's official Oscar entry.
The director of "A Prophet" and "Rust and Bone" on his Palme d'Or-winning drama about a trio of immigrants who survive civil war by posing as a family in Paris.
The "American Movie" director discusses unearthing rare footage of Jim Carrey's transformation into Andy Kaufman for "Man on the Moon" and using biography for autobiography.
The director talks about redefining heroism in his new western, starring a feisty Bill Pullman, by simply shifting the focus of the story.
The actress and comedienne talks about taking her rightful place behind the camera after playing so many unforgettable misfits on screen.
The star and director of this arresting drama talk about a man of the cloth - cut from a different cloth.