‘Win!’ Documentarian Justin Webster on Bringing Vérité-Style Filmmaking to NYCFC’s Founding
Director Justin Webster talks about getting access to world-renowned superstars like David Villa and Frank Lampard and the challenge of vérité-style documentary filmmaking.
Sharon Horgan talks Rom-Com on TV vs Film and the Hopeful Tone of ‘Catastrophe’
Sharon Horgan discusses the advantage television has when developing romantic comedies and the importance of making a show that was more than just gags.
Filmmaker Sophie Goodhart on Her 10+ Year Wait to Make ‘My Blind Brother’
Sophie Goodhart discusses the long path to production for her debut, spending her option money too quickly, and the benefits of working with longtime friends like Nick Kroll, Adam Scott, and Jenny Slate.
‘Between Us’ Filmmaker Rafael Palacio Illingworth Talks Vulnerability and Novelty
Rafael Palacio Illingworth discusses the real-life spat that inspired the movie, what types of questions he peppered the actors with prior to casting, and more.
Jeremy Saulnier and Anton Yelchin Talk ‘Green Room’
Green Room is sure to go down as the most overwhelmingly intense movie of 2016, and unless another filmmaker can match Jeremy Saulnier’s knack for suspense, violence, and pulling the rawest performances out of his actors possible, it’ll reign as genre-movie...
‘Nerdland’ Filmmakers Chris Prynoski and Andrew Kevin Walker talk Fame and Sweaty-Palmed Desperation
Andrew Kevin Walker and Chris Prynoski discuss Nerdland's nihilistic vision of modern society and their shared appreciation for improv in moderation.
Jeffrey Brown and Susmita Mukerjee Talk ‘Sold,’ Putting a Stop to Child Trafficking
Sold, an adaptation of the Patricia McCormick novel of the same name, follows a Nepalese girl named Lakshmi (Niyar Saikia) who falls into a world of sex trafficking and abuse when she travels to India. She’s imprisoned in a...
Andrew Cividino on Being Open to the Power of Nature in ‘Sleeping Giant’
An interview with Andrew Cividino on his lauded directorial debut 'Sleeping Giant.'
Tom Hiddleston and Marc Abraham On ‘I Saw the Light,’ Elizabeth Olsen, Spoiler-Hungry MCU Fans
Director Marc Abraham takes a unique approach to the musician biopic with I Saw the Light, a movie spanning the six music-filled, final years of Hank Williams’ life. Intertwining the country icon’s songs with his turbulent life experiences (revolving largely...
Mike Flanagan and Kate Siegel on ‘Hush’ and Making a Film in Secret
We talk to Mike Flanagan and Kate Siegel about their horror film 'Hush.'
Gabriel Mascaro on Breaking Stereotypes and Empowering Characters in ‘Neon Bull’
Writer/director Gabriel Mascaro talks about his latest feature 'Neon Bull.'
Jeff Nichols Talks ‘Midnight Special,’ Fear-Driven Filmmaking, Adam Driver’s Big Future
Like his 2011 film Take Shelter, Jeff Nichols‘ Midnight Special was born out of fear, specifically the fear of losing his son. “I think, really, we’re terrified of losing them, so we’re going to try to figure out who they...
Richard Linklater On ‘Everybody Wants Some!!,’ ‘Boyhood’ and ‘Before’ Hitting the Criterion Collection
With Everybody Wants Some!!, Richard Linklater returns to the youthful hangout vibe of Dazed and Confused, this time focusing on a college baseball team in the ’80s as they party around town on the weekend before school starts. The cast, made...
Jonathan Gold Talks ‘City of Gold,’ L.A.’s Misunderstood Food Culture
With a rumbly belly and a slight twitch above my right eyebrow (which I assume was related to an acute nutritional deficiency stemming from my decision that morning to sleep in rather than eat breakfast before rushing out the...
‘Always Shine’ Director Sophia Takal Talks Feeling Competitive and Struggling with Perceptions of Femininity
"That's why we used a lot of alienation and breaking of the fourth wall techniques, too, to remind people it's not just actors who perform. It's all of us who perform in our everyday lives and are choosing to present something to the world, that's been fed to us, rather than who...