The writer/director on the discovery he doesn't need to suffer to make great art, even in a story about sadomasochism.
The writer/director talks about taking a bold step forward with this tense drama about a 47-year-old who seeks solace in the company of an 11-year-old.
The scion of a legendary filmmaking family and the frontman for Rooney talks about his directorial debut, an intriguing story of a young piano man finding his rhythm in life.
The Hungarian helmer wasn’t going to watch his career go to the dogs without a fight, so he joined them for this bold drama about revolution.
The co-screenwriters talk about "casually" capturing history in this naturalistic tale of brothers at odds during the Civil War.
The co-writer/director of the deeply felt romantic drama about a long distance relationship on using cinema to explore the world.
The writer and director of this enormously entertaining comedy on its inspirations and bringing the energy of Simon Pegg & Lake Bell undiluted to the screen.
The writer/director talks about taking a turn to Dashiell Hammett territory, a compelling mystery set in San Francisco involving an author of potboilers.
The writer/director talks about her seductive gothic fairy tale about a lonely vampire looking for companionship in Iran and how making it helped her find her place as an artist.
The prolific documentary producer on making connections between filmmakers — and many of the summer's best films in "Weiner," "The Music of Strangers," and "Life, Animated."
On the struggle to find a shape for her devastatingly personal new film about the BP oil spill.