Interview: Cristina Gallego and Ciro Guerra Discuss the Making of ‘Birds of Passage’

Hailed by critics as a Colombian take on "The Godfather", Cristina Gallego and Ciro Guerra's "Birds of Passage" is one of the most ambitious...

INTERVIEW: Shaquille O’Neal on Inequality in the Hamptons, the Documentary ‘Killer Bees,’ and Makeup...

Shaquille O'Neal has had a larger than life career. After becoming the number one overall pick in 1992, Shaq went on to win 4...

INTERVIEW: Director Paige Goldberg Tolmach Discusses Silence, Child Abuse, and Charleston in ‘What Haunts...

Tackling a story that personally affects your friends, family, and community can be difficult for anyone. It can definitely be more difficult as a...

Interview: Sergei Loznitsa On the Politics, Propaganda and People of ‘Donbass’

It's on secret that many of today's filmmakers are politically engaged, with their views reflected in their work or even vocally expressed. In the...

Circuit Breaker Interview: Annie Lennox Discusses Syria, Marie Colvin, and Her Original Song, ‘Requiem...

Celebrated singer and songwriter Annie Lennox rose to international fame as one half of the pop duo The Eurthymics in the 1980s. Some of...

Interview: Benedikt Erlingsson Discusses His ‘Woman at War’

Although Iceland hasn't been nominated for the Foreign Language Oscar since 1991, the Scandinavian nation has submitted some of the most intriguing films over...

INTERVIEW: Matt Bai and Jay Carson Explain the Appeal of Gary Hart and Adapting...

Matt Bai and Jay Carson know what they're talking about when it comes to politics. Sure, they're screenwriters now, but their backgrounds are in...

INTERVIEW: Jason Reitman Chats About Making History Into Entertainment For ‘The Front Runner’

On the surface, "The Front Runner" is an out of left field project for Jason Reitman. Then again, have any of the man's films...

Interview: Joel Edgerton Discusses Writing, Directing and Starring in ‘Boy Erased’

This year feels stacked with actors turned directors. However, “Boy Erased” is not Joel Edgerton’s first time directing. The first was “The Gift,” a...

Interview: Eva Melander On Finding the Humanity in her Grotesque ‘Border’ Character

Winner of the Un Certain Regard Award at the Cannes Film Festival and now the official Swedish submission for the Foreign Language Oscar, Ali...

Interview: Javier Fesser Talks ‘Champions’ and Working with Disabled Actors

It's rare for a feel-good film to win the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film, but Spain's submission "Champions" is trying to buck the...

Interview: Director Gustav Möller on ‘The Guilty’ and Co-Creating with Audiences

One of the year's most captivating films hits North American theaters this weekend in the form of "The Guilty," the debut feature from Danish...

Interview: Cinematographer Mihai Malamaire Jr. Talks about Photographing a Movement in ‘The Hate U...

Cinematographer Mihai Malamaire Jr. got his start the way many do. Working on short films and music videos. Eventually, all of that gave way...

Interview: Composer Dustin O’Halloran Talks About Finding the Emotional Tone in ‘The Hate U...

Dustin O'Halloran didn't necessarily set out to become a composer of film score. But his particular style of music made him a perfect fit...
First Man

Interview: VFX Supervisor Paul Lambert Describes the Arsenal of Techniques for Creating the Look...

Paul Lambert has had quite a varied career in the world of visual effects. His filmography includes "Mission: Impossible II," a couple of "Harry...

INTERVIEW: Eva Vives Sits Down to Talk About Her Timely Film ‘All About Nina’

Some movies just come at a deeply needed moment. As an accused sexual predator is seated on the Supreme Court, a film about a...

INTERVIEW: Filmmakers Robert Clift and Hillary Demmon talk ‘Making Montgomery Clift’

Family legacies run deep. Certainly this is true of celebrity families as well. Often times, a star’s persona focuses on one tragic detail or...

Interviews: Tamara Jenkins, Kathryn Hahn, and Kayli Carter Discuss Their ‘Private Life’

There are a lot of films about pregnancy and parenthood. But there are few that spotlight the difficult for couples who find themselves unable...
Crazy Rich Asians

Interview: Myron Kerstein Discusses Editing ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ and Why We Need Romantic Comedies

"Crazy Rich Asians" was one of the biggest hits of the summer. A romantic comedy from a major studio, coupled with a cast of...

Interview: DP and Producer Brandon Riley on ‘Slice,’ A24 Horror, and Chance the Rapper

There are some indie hits that sneak up on audiences. This especially appears to be the case in the horror genre, where smaller films...

INTERVIEW: Mary Elizabeth Winstead Discusses Stand Up Comedy and ‘All About Nina’

For my money, Mary Elizabeth Winstead gives the performance of the year so far in "All About Nina." It's not even close. Her work...

INTERVIEW: Peter Dinklage, Elle Fanning, and Reed Morano Discuss ‘I Think We’re Alone Now’

Small productions with a small cast and a small crew. By its very nature, that's going to create an intimate working environment. In the...

Interview: Director Craig William Macneill Discusses His Experiences Working on ‘Lizzie’

As we roll into awards season, several films from this year's Sundance Film Festival are making their way to theaters. One such picture is "Lizzie,"...

INTERVIEW: TIFF Documentary Programmer Thom Powers Talks 2018 Festival

Few stages are bigger than the Toronto International Film Festival. One of the largest festivals in the world, a single TIFF program can eclipse...

Interview: Marci Rodgers Discusses Designing Costumes for ‘BlacKkKlansman’

Spike Lee's "BlacKkKlansman" has found its way into the hearts of audiences across the country. The film, which is set in the 1970s, is...

Interview: Actress Aya Cash on ‘Brand New Old Love,’ ‘You’re the Worst’ and Directing

The world of independent filmmaking still feels like the wild west in today's entertainment. Many fun and exciting films continually surprise us from the...

INTERVIEW: Sound Designer Jacob Ribicoff on ‘The Vietnam War’ and ‘Fahrenheit 451’

Crafting sound design can be an extremely complex process. Many of the best designers work across multiple genres and mediums of entertainment. One of...

Interview: Barry Alexander Brown on ‘BlacKkKlansman’ and Spike Lee

Some editors have made a career by winning the trust of talented filmmakers. Thelma Schoonmaker will almost always edit Martin Scorsese. Michael Kahn has cut most Steven Spielberg movies. For Barry...

Interview: Tom Fleischman Talks ‘BlacKkKlansman,’ ‘Fahrenheit 451,’ and Scorsese

Sound Mixer Tom Fleischman may not be a household name, but you have certainly watched some of his incredible work over the years. Fleischman began as...

INTERVIEW: DP Ben Kutchins on the Dreamlike ‘Ozark,’ Jason Bateman, and More

This year brought a lot of very strong cinematography to television. "Barry" and "Atlanta" both showcased some amazing shots throughout the season. The return...

Interview: Legendary Production Designer Eugene Lee Talks ‘Saturday Night Live’

It's not often that you're able to speak to a legend. However, there's no other way to describe Mr. Eugene Lee. Eugene has one of...

Interview: Editor Brian A. Kates Talks ‘Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ and ‘We the Animals’

One of the series that has a big night ahead of itself is "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" from Amazon Prime. The 8-episode drama follows Midge Maisel...

Interview: Costume Designer Jane Petrie Discusses Dressing the Royals in ‘The Crown’

Jane Petrie may have one of the coolest jobs in television. She designs costumes for the Netflix Original Series, "The Crown." In this historical...

Interview: Cinematographer Adriano Goldman Discusses Crafting the Look of ‘The Crown’

If you want to know about the environment on a film or television set, the people to talk to are the so-called below-the-line craftspeople....

INTERVIEW: Joe Dulude II Talks Makeup for ‘Jesus Christ Superstar Live,’ ‘Wicked’ and More

It's difficult to pull off a live show in the theater. It's even more difficult to pull off the show in front of millions...