The US writer/director of Love is Strange and Little Men on indie cinema, Ozu and climbing mountains.
By Poppy Doran
The Kiwi writer/director talks poking fun at his homeland and why he won’t be making movies forever.
The Hell or High Water director on the themes and influences that make up his finely crafted anti-western.
The French actor and sometime director discusses his deliciously nasty take on a Georges Simenon classic.
The War Dogs director talks truth, Trump and why laughter will always be the best medicine.
By Ed Gibbs
The actor discusses stepping behind the lens for his startling directorial debut The Childhood of a Leader.
By Adam Nayman
The Spanish genre master on directing The Shallows, working with SFX and why Orphan is so funny.
The director of Sid and Nancy reflects on the mistakes he made and discovering Gary Oldman.
Independence Day: Resurgence sees Jeff Goldblum return as Earth’s lone voice of interplanetary reason.
By Matt Thrift
The Thai master from the little town of Khon Kaen on the movies and directors that inspired him.
Meet the director of the beautiful new film widely rumoured to be Studio Ghibli’s last hurrah.
The dean of American comedy cinema talks tackling (and acing) a lost Jane Austen classic.
With The Neon Demon the Danish writer/director has made his most provocative film yet. We travelled to Copenhagen to meet him.
The director of Mustang on why women must fight against conservative oppression.
By Anton Bitel
The Green Room director offers some sage advice on how to ride the wave of your first indie hit.
LWLies steps up to the plate with the writer/director of the sensational Everybody Wants Some!!
The most-wanted Brit star slinks into the boots of country troubadour Hank Williams.