The French director of ensemble dramas such as "Paris" and "L'Auberge Espagnole" arrives in America once more with a culture clash comedy that spiked with brutal truths about our current economic climate.
The director of the German drama about a young doctor caught between the East and West during the Cold War talks about his Hitchcock obsession, his longtime collaboration with actress Nina Hoss and "the infection of the past on the present."
The writer/director of the controversial thriller talks about the many discussions that led to the production of his latest film, what he's learned about audiences and why we should question authority.
The filmmakers behind the Oscar nominee for best documentary talk about when they knew they had something special, letting the story of a remarkable football team tell them what the film would be and the unexpected influence of "Glory."
The fraternal directing duo and the star of "Puncture" discuss the making of the unconventional courtroom drama.
The director of the new comedy involving time travel, Aubrey Plaza, romance and jean jackets.
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.
On drawing upon his own youth within reason for this evocative coming-of-age film.
The composer behind the elegant score of Kenneth Lonergan's sprawling drama talks about his favorite four-hour version of the film and the challenge of creating a sound for New York City.
The director of the Sundance-winning Somali-set hijacking thriller talks about shooting on the high seas.
After 15 years away, the actor/writer/director is returning home for a story about an Irish-American family like his own and he does so as an unlikely pioneer of filmmaking in the digital age.