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From Brief Encounter to his upcoming Peggy Lee biopic, the Carol director muses on a variety of subjects.
The Buenos Aires-born, Paris-based provocateur sounds off on all things Love.
The Carol star tells us how she has managed to pack so much into her short career.
The Brooklyn star on stepping back into 1950s New York and how Colm Tóibín’s source novel affected her.
The great Guillermo del Toro talks about his magnificent Gothic ghost story.
The British actress describes the brutal realities of the Suffragette movement.
The director of Weekend and 45 Years talks to LWLies about how he creates authentic, lived-in characters.
The Lost River director reflects on his childhood and ponders the myth of the American Dream.
The director on Tomorrowland, his favourite filmmakers and the current state of hand-drawn animation.
The mercurial Mommy writer/director talks candidly about love, life and superheroes.
The acclaimed British documentarian on Dreamcatcher and why we all need to start standing up to child abuse.
The inimitable writer/director throws open the doors to The Grand Budapest Hotel.
LWLies sits for the British cinema icon who doesn’t mince his words to talk Mr Turner.
The director reveals how he approached adapting Gillian Flynn’s psychological best-seller, ‘Gone Girl’.
LWLies meets the Belgian twosome to talk Two Days, One Night, and why their films don't have any sex scenes.