Whether you made it to New York or not, these in-depth conversations with the directors of some of the fall's finest films are not to be missed.
Jason Reitman's longtime collaborator talks about bringing heat to a doomed romance.
Capturing a time of transition for its director and its lead character, the latest film from "Sideways" filmmaker Alexander Payne is a relaxed yet moving look at a father who must bond with his daughters over the impending death of his wife just as he discovers she was having an affair.
A 2004 interview with the writer/director about the comedy in wine country, making a departure from his previous work and the "accumulation of small details" that's become his trademark.
The director of "Reprise" returns with the story of a man trying to escape his twenties with no clear future in a film that confirms a bright one for its filmmaker. While in Toronto, Trier spoke about filming in his hometown, the power of a closeup and the "strange things that happen" in life and movies.