In Conversation

Andrea Riseborough: ‘I get on a film set and brace myself to be patronised’

By Manuela Lazic

The British actor discusses her love of diving into a character and how she deals with everyday sexism in the film industry.

Dee Rees: ‘This was a chance to tell the story of black soldiers who came back’

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

The director of Mudbound on how she grappled with the legacy of slavery in the Deep South.

David Fincher: ‘Moviemaking is a rat f*ck, every day is a skirmish’

By Matt Thrift

The alchemist behind Fight Club and Zodiac discusses his newest true crime saga, the Netflix Original series MINDHUNTER.

Sean Baker: ‘If you’re a filmmaker in the 21st century, it’s hard not to be a social activist’

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

The director of The Florida Project is quietly redefining concepts of movie magic and what it means to be a star.

Love My Way: A conversation with Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet

By Adam Woodward

The Call Me by Your Name stars speak candidly about their cherished time on set together.

Rungano Nyoni: ‘I wanted to show Zambian humour and how we deal with tragic events’

By Beth Webb

The Welsh-Zambian director discusses her impressive debut feature I Am Not a Witch.

Noah Baumbach: ‘People sometimes tell me, “Why don’t you just make something funny?”’

By Elena Lazic

The writer/director of The Meyerowitz Stories reveals how he mixes the comic with the tragic.

Emily Beecham: ‘Characters don’t have to be likeable; everyone is good and bad’

By David Jenkins

The star of Daphne talks likeable characters, Fleabag and seeing Nicole Kidman in the nude.

Steven Soderbergh: ‘There’s no new oxygen in this system’

By Matt Thrift

The American director discusses his long-awaited return to feature filmmaking with Logan Lucky.

Tales From the Darkside: An interview with George A Romero

By Matt Thrift

The horror maestro reflects on his unique and remarkable career in this previously unpublished interview.

Christopher Nolan: ‘I’ve not fought in a war, it’s my worst nightmare to do so’

By David Jenkins

The Dunkirk director reveals the challenges of transforming documented reality into an experience fit for the multiplex.

Bong Joon-ho: ‘Okja is about what’s happening to us in real life’

By David Jenkins

The South Korean genre whiz behind Snowpiercer and The Host discusses his latest creature satire.

Daniel Clowes: ‘Wilson is like my nemesis – but I admire him also’

By Charles Bramesco

The renowned American comic artist discusses the latest adaptation of his work.

David Michôd: ‘When your leaders lie to you all the time, you stop believing anything’

By Manuela Lazic

The Australian writer/director sounds off about his spiky military satire, War Machine.

Sofia Coppola: ‘I’m telling the same story but from the women’s point of view’

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

The writer/director tells us how she toyed with gender politics and screen hunks for her new film, The Beguiled.

Ian McShane: ‘Masculinity has become more complicated over the last 20 years’

By Christina Newland

The veteran screen star talks Jawbone, bad superhero movies and how ‘tough guy’ acting has evolved.

Gemma Arterton: ‘I can definitely tell when a woman has written a script’

By David Jenkins

The British leading lady discusses her role in the delightful Blitz-era comedy-drama, Their Finest.

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