The director on his two silent gems about social inequality in New York, overcoming his dislike for the genre & the importance of a good caterer on set.
At the Los Angeles screening of the eagerly anticipated extended cut of the acclaimed drama, the film's writer/director and lead actress recall shooting the shocking climax in the bitter cold.
In conversation in Los Angeles, the director took a few notes from his latest thriller to plunge into a conversation about some of the psychological reasons we enjoy films, as well as shared some pretty amusing anecdotes along the way.
The five nominees for this year's John Cassavetes Award, which specifically honors films made for under $500,000, have some crazy stories behind them and they share just their experience for the first day of it.
Most retrospective screenings consider time as a matter of memory, but naturally "The Dark Knight" director surprised by discussing how time can be used in cinema as sleight of hand.
The director of "Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World" invaded the Los Angeles rep house.