The director, star and producer of the nervy, yet unnerving Guadalajara-set action flick talk about making a video version of their entire film before putting it on celluloid, conveying dignity, and how they feel about representing Mexico with a film critical of the national proliferation of gangs.
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.
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.
The director of "28 Weeks Later" and "Intacto" talks about finding an unexpectedly personal way into the making of his latest thriller about the dangers of leaving a story open-ended.
After their young son endured a health scare, the French filmmaking duo reinterpreted their personal experience in a way they only could through film in this alternately thrilling and heartbreaking romantic drama.
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 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.
After a 14-year absence from the big screen, the "Metropolitan" director hasn't missed a beat and talks about why he hates rehearsals, his unlikely start in the film business on the set of "Breaking Away" and the arrows in his cinematic quiver.
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 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 director of the uplifting yet inexplicably controversial new documentary talks about how he tackled an age-old problem with new technology and feeling more comfortable in the eye of the storm.
After his feature debut "Torque" crashed and burned, the innovative director of such music videos as Britney Spears' "Toxic" heads back to school for a high school comedy unlike any other.