The still young old pros reflect on how their approach to acting has changed.
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 writer/director of what we consider to be the year's finest film discusses the single image that inspired it, when audiences became a part of his creative process and the work that went into the film's climactic scene.
Of the many in the ballet doc looking to step into the spotlight, count its director amongst those who shine. In this interview, she talks about creating a more diverse portrait of the dance world.
A lyrical nailbiter reminiscent of "Badlands," the directorial debut of Amy Seimetz holds more than its share of surprises, and while we don't spoil them, we got the director and her two leads to spill on the production.
With a film that shocks not with a sexually graphic opening scene but with what's said after, the French Canadian filmmaker emerges as a bold new voice in cinema and spoke to us about her startling debut.
The fact that one of the summer's biggest thrill rides is a documentary is just one of the many surprises in store for audiences and its director and producer share some secrets about their search for the truth.
On his wonderful, influential ramble through post-collegiate malaise a decade later.
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 director of "Down Terrace" returns with a bloody scary and fiercely good thriller and explains how he learned to be a better director as an editor, how his career trajectory changed because of a houseguest and why he's open to making a romantic comedy.
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.