Interviews

Agnès Varda: ‘I’ve always enjoyed sharing people with audiences’

By David Jenkins

The loquacious goddess of French cinema reflects on her extraordinary career ahead of the release of her new film, Faces Places.

Bart Layton: ‘By the time I made contact with the real guys, they were in prison’

By Daniel Schindel

The American Animals director discusses his unconventional approach to putting true stories on screen.

Barry Keoghan: ‘Acting is therapeutic, but it also messes with your head’

By Hannah Woodhead

The Irish rising star talks American Animals, shoplifting and how playing a certain type of character can lead to having weird dreams on set.

John Gallagher Jr: ‘There’s an obligation to tell these stories’

By Hannah Woodhead

The US film and television actor discusses playing a conversion therapy pastor in Desiree Akhavan’s The Miseducation of Cameron Post.

Brett Haley: ‘I do like The Backstreet Boys, I wanna put that on record’

By Hannah Woodhead

The director of Sundance hit Hearts Beat Loud talks about his favourite bands, Stephen Sondheim, and provides an impassioned defence of compilation soundtracks.

Lauren Greenfield: ‘Authentic culture is being destroyed by capitalism’

By Thomas Curry

The award-winning documentary filmmaker discusses her latest chronicle of capitalist America, Generation Wealth.

Debra Granik: ‘This film is about the difference between want and need’

By David Jenkins

The director of Leave No Trace talks about the possibility of a total disconnect from the system.

Sara Driver: ‘You dream a film before you make it’

By David Jenkins

The New York artist-filmmaker discusses her intimate new profile of Jean-Michel Basquiat.

Hal Hartley: ‘I try to juxtapose the male gaze with female independence’

By Matt Thrift

The prolific independent filmmaker reflects on his career ahead of Henry Fool’s 20th anniversary.

Toni Collette: ‘This film tackles the idea that it’s taboo to talk about grief’

By Hannah Woodhead

The star of Ari Aster’s Hereditary talks grief, audiobooks and why we should all go to the cinema more often.

‘It changed the whole look of American film’ – Remembering Midnight Cowboy

By Hannah Woodhead

Adam Holender and Michael Childers reflect on the making of this iconic New York movie.

Lucrecia Martel: ‘History is more arbitrary than science fiction’

By Matt Thrift

It took the best part of a decade to bring Zama to the big screen. Its writer/director tells us about her epic journey.

Andrew Niccol: ‘There was no war for our privacy, we gave ourselves away’

By Lou Thomas

The writer/director of Gattaca and Anon offers his thoughts on the Cambridge Analytica scandal.

Willy Vlautin on the art of working class storytelling

By Ian Gilchrist

The American novelist and former Richmond Fontaine frontman discusses the latest adaptation of his work, Lean on Pete.

How we launched Studio Ponoc by Yoshiaki Nishimura and Hiromasa Yonebayashi

By Michael Leader

The creative minds behind Japan’s newest animation house share their vision for the future.

Jessie Buckley: ‘The intimacy that you create on set is crucial’

By Hannah Woodhead

A star-making turn in Beast is set to launch Irish actor Jessie Buckley into the stratosphere.

Claire Denis on how Etta James inspired Let the Sunshine In

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

One of greatest directors working today picks apart the romantic gamesmanship of her wonderful latest.

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