The visionary Indian director behind modern cult favourite The Fall reflects on the film finding its audience after 17 years, and the production of Dear Jassi – his first feature film in almost a decade.
The intrepid British director on being one of the first people to lay their eyes on the archives of the late artist Audrey Amiss – subject of Typist, Artist, Pirate, King.
Speaking at the global press conference for Killers of the Flower Moon, Martin Scorsese provides insights into his research process and use of music, as well as discovering Lily Gladstone via Kelly Reichardt's Certain Women.
By Simon Bland
The Drive director reflects on smuggling Bronson’s actual moustache out of prison and the personal story behind his ethereal biopic of the UK’s most notorious inmate.
Ahead of the BFI's landmark Powell & Pressburger retrospective, the legendary film editor speaks about her relationship with Michael Powell, the process of restoring film, and how Powell & Pressburger influenced Killers of the Flower Moon.
The famed photographer turns his hand at filmmaking with a study of extreme trauma and slow healing in The After.
By Simon Bland
The writer, director and co-star of BlackBerry – an irreverent take on the rise and fall of a tech giant – reflects on his third feature while making his way across Toronto.
By Henry Boon
Alice Russell's new documentary captures the work of Bikestormz, a passionate community of cyclists aiming to promote community among some of the capital's most disenfranchised kids.
The Spanish filmmaker reflects on the romance at the heart of his new queer western, Strange Way of Life, and the freedom of working in a shorter format.
The wildly imaginative and highly resourceful filmmaker behind Uganda's ultra low budget studio Wakaliwood describes his own cinematic education, travelling to China to shoot Shaolin monks, and the next generation of African filmmakers.
Ira Sachs' latest drama features steamy sex, passionate rows, and some of the best cinematic knitwear in years. We speak to the film's costume designer to find out how the film developed its signature style.
By Elena Lazic
The French star discusses The Innocent, his fourth feature film as a director and a quintessentially French hybrid of romantic comedy and heist thriller.
The Scrapper star on getting into character, upsetting the make-up department and improvising opposite a tenacious 11-year-old.
By Simon Bland
Partially inspired by the turbulent home life of one of its stars, this hard-hitting coming-of-age drama still packs a punch – even for director and co-writer Catherine Hardwicke.
As Variety returns with a 2K restoration, Bette Gordon reflects on the making of a cult classic, her love for ‘80s New York and her friendship with Nan Goldin.
The French filmmaker on the nuances of recreating a real-life terrorist attack in her reflective new film, Paris Memories.
Alan Dean Foster, who has adapted the likes of Alien and Star Wars for the page, explains the highly specific art of transforming sci-fi epics into page-turners.