On making a character study as complex & thrilling as an illicit affair.
The co-writer/director of one of the finest first features in recent memories talks about misguided obsessions, the complementary nature of horror and comedy, and "Little Dorrit"
The friends and artistic collaborators spoke about the "constant jigsaw puzzle" of making this tense character study of a young angry American man looking for trouble in Paris.
The writer/director of "4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days" talks about his return, an unexpectedly horrific and harrowing thriller about two former orphans whose conflicting beliefs lead to disastrous results upon reuniting at a convent.
The Oscar-winning screenwriter behind "Precious" talks about his darkly funny and strangely transporting directorial debut about a pair of celeb-obsessed hit girls.
Nearly a decade after making the essential film lover's doc "Z Channel: A Magnificent Obsession," the filmmaker talks about her narrative debut that would be a great fit on its airwaves, a decadent vampire tale that brings high class style to a down and dirty horror flick.
Before a weeklong engagement at the Cinefamily in Los Angeles, the first-time director from Brazil talks about his debut set in his hometown where tensions rise as a former sugar baron extends his dynasty with redeveloping his land into high-class housing projects.
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 first Orthodox Jewish woman to make a feature talks about inviting audiences into a rarely-seen world, the film's resplendent visual glow and why she shouldn't be mistaken for the film's main character.
The first-time writer/director talks about the process of piecing together characters and overheard conversations into a decadent debut about pampered twentysomethings attempting to be in pursuit of something other than each other.
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.
After an eight-year hiatus to live life, the director of the revelatory Aussie drama "Somersault" returns with a fresh perspective on the Holocaust that is equal parts riveting and chilling.