The "Teacher" star and writer/director on this supernaturally-tinged and slightly comic account of a young woman reeling from a breakup and the game of "Mafia" that nearly ruined the shoot.
The Argentinian writer/director makes his most explosive and provocative film yet with a true-life kidnapping tale.
The artistic director of the National Theater in London talks about stealing away to make a most unconventional musical.
The actress/writer/director sneaks in some small, sharp observations about relationships in a big, broad comedy about a son's attempts to sabotage his single mother's new boyfriend.
The German painter and sculptor talks about reshaping film with his unsettling feature debut about a young outsider who finds a kinship with an alien.
The "Nuit #1" director talks about her tremendously moving second feature about a father and daughter haunted by a death in the family.
The discovery of a YouTube singer/songwriter from New Orleans by an Israeli musician offers a thrilling new remix on "A Star is Born."
The Wes Craven protégé on his mentor's influence and the personal homecoming that led to this wild slasher film.
Interview: Roxanne Benjamin, David Bruckner, Tyler Gillett & Patrick Horvath on Heading “Southbound”
The minds behind "V/H/S" on building a better horror anthology film.
The "Half Nelson" directors talk about getting lucky with this Ryan Reynolds-Ben Mendelsohn character study of gamblers.
The celebrated playwright and writer of "Hanna" makes a creepy feature debut with the story of two couples and a baby.
The celebrated Danish director of "Applause" talks about his biggest film to date, uncovering an obscure piece of Danish wartime history that ripples through to today's culture.