The director behind the new film about a twentysomething adrift in New York who passes the time by seducing women talks about his path to making films, why he's no good at titles, and how Kickstarter proved to be valuable in getting the word out about his movie.
The writer/director of the drama that took home this year's top prize at Slamdance talks about letting reality spill into his story of an African-American man whose life takes a turn for the worst as he's trying to put himself on the right track.
After a seven-year absence from the big screen, the auteur known as South Korea's answer to Steven Spielberg comes out fighting - literally - with an epic vision of World War II through the eyes of a soldier who fights against his will for the Japanese, Soviet and German armies. He speaks to us in a rare American Q & A.
After charming SXSW last year with the road trip romance "Surrogate Valentine," the director and his troubadour star return with an expansion of the universe, and talk about expanding it further.
The director of this French romantic comedy talks about overcoming his own shyness to make a film that's sweeter than anything produced in its chocolate factory setting.
After establishing a career as one of the finest character actors around, the first-time writer/director talks about uprooting the traditional filmmaking process to deliver a strong, intimate performance-based drama about the reality of romance behind closed doors.
On making his debut on a story about a man finding closure when his mother dies.
On the eve of his highest profile film to date, the moviemaker is enjoying a weekend-long retrospective of his work in San Francisco and shares his thoughts on the technology that made it possible and how he's evolved as an artist.
The director of the Sundance-winning Somali-set hijacking thriller talks about shooting on the high seas.
After winning awards at SXSW and the Seattle Film Fest last year, this harrowing drama is finally hitting theaters and its director talks about her own discovery of this amazing true story.
On finding the confidence to make films as big as the screen will hold.
The director of "Eagle Vs. Shark" lets his imagination run wild with this story of a young boy who reconnects with the father he never knew and talks about how his own childhood led to one of the more creative minds in filmmaking today.