A odd beast of a film that actually delivers, the "Precious" screenwriter's directorial debut is a surprising amount of fun for a somber, surreal tale of two teen assassins who wake up to their lives during what should be a routine hit.
The director talks about his adaptation of Colm Toibin's cherished novel about a young Irish woman migrating to America during the 1950s and working with Saoirse Ronan.
The frequent collaborator of David MacKenzie on the challenge of slowing down to tell an immigrant's story and bringing out the best in a beautiful performance.
The cinematographer talks about Xeroxing references for the film inadvertently informed the evocative look of Greta Gerwig's brilliant directorial debut.
The Oscar-winning screenwriter behind "Precious" talks about his darkly funny and strangely transporting directorial debut about a pair of celeb-obsessed hit girls.
The cinematographer spares a few minutes to discuss the influence of Gordon Willis and the lenses that gave this immigration tale a fresh perspective.
Out-of-sync newlyweds Saoirse Ronan and Billy Howle play it smooth in this adaptation of the Ian McEwan novel.