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Cast and Creators of ‘Frozen II’ Share Music, Memories, and Positive Portrayals of Both...

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Disney's newest animated feature, "Frozen II" hit theaters this weekend, but it was a big celebration two weeks ago when the cast and creators...

Interview: Matthew Puccini Discusses Art, Emotion, and His Short Film ‘Lavender’

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At the Sundance Film Festival in January, writer and director Matthew Puccini introduced his short film, "Lavender." The film tells the story of a young...

Rising Circuit: ‘Waves’ star Kelvin Harrison Jr. Makes a Big Splash in 2019

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As distributors continue to roll out their awards hopefuls throughout the fall and winter months, you won't want to miss "Waves," the sensational new...

Interview: Michael Steiner Talks ‘Wolkenbruch’s Wondrous Journey Into the Arms of a Shiksa’

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Among this year's official Oscar submissions, few will resonate as easily with audiences as Switzerland's "Wolkenbruch's Wondrous Journey Into the Arms of a Shiksa."...

Interview: Composer Alan Silvestri Shares What ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Means to Him

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Alan Silvestri has been scoring films and television for decades, writing some of the most recognizable music of the movies. Some of his iconic...

Interview: ‘Harriet’ Editor Wyatt Smith Discusses Film, Kasi Lemmons, Upcoming “The Little Mermaid”

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At the Toronto International Film Festival we had a chance to catch up with Wyatt Smith, the film editor who cut the potential awards...

Interview: Byron Bowers Discusses Knitting, Hard Work, and Sleeping On the Job for ‘Honey...

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Comedian Byron Bowers has been working on the stand up circuit for years. Now he appears in Shia LaBeouf's "semi" autobiographical film, "Honey Boy." The...

Interview: Timothy Greenberg Talks About the Long, Rewarding Road to Netflix for ‘Living With...

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What must it be like to come face to face with the better version of yourself? That's essentially the premise behind show-runner and writer Timothy...

Interview: Mati Diop Discusses the Social Relevance of ‘Atlantics’

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Born and raised in France of Senegalese heritage, director Mati Diop made a sparkling debut at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival when she made...

Preview: Apple TV+’s ‘Dickinson’ Offers Fresh Take On The Poet

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NPp7AQBRONk "Dickinson" Global Premiere Red Carpet, Brooklyn: One thing the team behind Apple TV+ series “Dickinson” wants to make perfectly clear is this is not...

Interview: Ira Sachs Reflects on Working With Isabelle Huppert and Filming in Portugal for...

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Everybody loves taking a vacation. For director, Ira Sachs, Portugal provides a lush, new setting for his textured family drama. In "Frankie," Isabelle Huppert plays a...

Interview: VFX Supervisor Rob Legato On Creating Authenticity in ‘The Lion King’

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The art of visual effects has been through many phases in its evolution. From the early days of fishing wire and stop-motion to today's...

HIFF Interview: Producer Todd Lieberman on ‘The Aeronauts’ and Falling In Love With Movies

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Todd Lieberman has been producing films for more than 20 years. He earned his first Academy Award nomination with "The Fighter" in 2010, and...

Interview: Producers Rachel Shane and Adrian Alperovich Share Their Excitement for ‘Motherless Brooklyn’

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"Motherless Brooklyn," Edward Norton's long-gestating adaptation of the novel by Jonathan Lethem, was the closing night film at this year's New York Flim Festival. The...

HIFF Interview: Mark Landsman Dishes the Dirt on ‘Scandalous: The True Story of the...

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What happens when a New Yorker with ties to the mob buys a supermarket tabloid and sets out to make it the most widely-read...

Interview: Ric Burns Discusses His Latest Documentary ‘Oliver Sacks: His Own Life’

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Dr. Oliver Sacks was a fascinating figure who changed many lives in his years as a neuro physician. He worked with patients facing a...
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Interview: Bong Joon-ho Talks Genre, Class and ‘Parasite’

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Korean director Bong Joon-ho has made his mark on cinephiles around the world with a range of intriguing, beguiling, and unique films. His work...

Interview: Alexander England Found Joy in Working With ‘Little Monsters’

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One of the unexpected surprises to emerge from last January’s Sundance Film Festival was “Little Monsters,” a zomie comedy from Abe Forsythe. Lupita Nyong’o...

Interview: Jorunn Myklebust Syversen and Josefine Frida Discuss Religion and Power in ‘Disco’

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Premiering at the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival, Norwegian filmmaker Jorunn Myklebust Syversen's sophomore feature "Disco" is a striking examination of a young woman's...

Interview: Composer Hildur Guðnadóttir Talks Craft, Cellos, and Finding the Sound of ‘Joker’

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It has been a big year for Hildur Guðnadóttir. The Icelandic composer just won an Emmy for her work on limited series, "Chernobyl," for...

Interview: Director Michael Engler on Bringing ‘Downton Abbey’ to Life on the Big Screen

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In 2010, Masterpiece Theater struck gold with a British television series about life at a historic estate near York. At the heart of "Downton...

INTERVIEW: Guatemala’s Jayro Bustamante Discusses ‘La Llorona,’ Women, Racism in LatAm Cinema

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Earlier this month we attended the TIFF screening of and reviewed "La Llorona" ("The Weeping Woman"), the third feature length film by acclaimed Guatemalan...

Interview: Cinematographer Gonzalo Amat Talks Challenges, Lessons, and Shooting ‘The Man in the High...

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Amazon's dystopian series, "The Man in the High Castle," imagines a world in which World War II ended very differently and Germany and Japan...

Interview: Paul Downs Colaizzo and Jillian Bell Talk About Journeys and ‘Brittany Runs a...

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When "Brittany Runs a Marathon" premiered at the Sundance Film Festival back in January, it became an instant favorite among festival attendees. In fact,...

Interview: Laverne Cox Talks Victoria’s Secret, Politics, and ‘Orange is the New Black’

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Lavernee Cox is best known for her role as Sophia Burset on the Netflix show “Orange Is the New Black.” That was the role...

Interview: Aisling Franciosi and Baykali Ganambarr Discuss Their Work in Jennifer Kent’s ‘The Nightingale’

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When Jennifer Kent announced her new film, "The Nightingale," fans of her freshman feature, "The Babadook," expected another horror film. But as the project...

Interview: Jennifer Kent Discusses Violence, Art, and Her New Film ‘The Nightingale’

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Writer and director Jennifer Kent caught audiences by surprise with her feature film debut, "The Babadook" in 2014. The atmospheric horror film about a...

Interview: ‘The Farewell’ Director and Stars Share the Joy of Bringing the Story to...

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"The Farewell" premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January and quickly became one of the most talked-about films in Park City. Soon after...

Interview: Around the World With the Costumes of ‘The Detour’ With Rafaella Rabinovich

Now in its fourth season, the hilarious and critically-acclaimed "The Detour" is back and better than ever. Since season one, the Parker family has...

Interview: Julianna Margulies Discusses the Importance of Supporting Science and Her Work in ‘The...

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Julianna Margulies has been a star in film and television since the '90s. Her breakout role as nurse Carol Hathaway on "ER" earned her...

Anna Konkle and Maya Erskine on How “PEN15” Allows Girls to Be Gross and...

Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle have made waves with the series they co-created, produce, and star in, "PEN15." Over the years, the middle school...

Ally Maki on Bringing a Big Voice to the Tiniest Toy in ‘Toy Story...

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For Ally Maki, the call to join the "Toy Story" family was the best job ever. We sat down with the star of "Cloak...

Interview: Marin Hinkle Discusses Rose’s Journey in ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’

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Marin Hinkle has one of the best jobs in television. As Rose Weissman, Hinkle plays onscreen mother to Rachel Brosnahan's Midge Maisel on the...

Interview: Claire Anderson On Drawing Threads For the Costumes of ‘Good Omens’

The highly anticipated adaptation of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett's novel of the same name, "Good Omens" is fairly faithful to its source material....

Gersha Phillips Reaches the Final Frontier of Design With ‘Star Trek: Discovery’

"Star Trek: Discovery" is the latest iteration of one of the world's most beloved sci-fi franchises. But the series manages to revamp its forerunners...

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