The screen icon discusses her craft plus her upcoming roles in Mia Hansen-Løve’s Things to Come and Michael Haneke’s Happy End.
The French writer/director on the non-diversity casting of her intimate ‘modern love story’.
By Sophie Yapp
Bebe Cave, the young star of Tale of Tales, offers some sage advice for aspiring actors.
The young star of Blue is the Warmest Colour talks exclusively about going behind bars for Down by Love.
Fire at Sea director Gianfranco Rosi on filming a rural family in their home in the middle of the migrant crisis.
Embrace of the Serpent director Ciro Guerra on the logistical and spiritual challenge of shooting in a rainforest.
By Anton Bitel
The Green Room director offers some sage advice on how to ride the wave of your first indie hit.
The French writer/director reveals the steps she took to make her eerie sea-side epic.
The Norwegian director of Louder Than Bombs talks us through the intricacies of his writing process.
The writer/director of Take Shelter and Midnight Special offers his take on an essential filmmaking skill.
Director Tom Geens offers an essential eight-point guide to filming in exterior locations.
A female director making a tense action thriller is a rare beast. We meet a new and great one.
The Revenant director offers a personal and profound response to one of life’s biggest questions.
The Room director reveals the logistical tricks that made filming in a claustrophobic setting possible.
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 actor on football, festivals and films that ask lots of questions but don’t give away all the answers.