Face to face with two of the greatest actors of their generation, together in Martin Scorsese’s magisterial mob drama.
The German filmmaker discusses the subversive message at the heart of his political documentary Meeting Gorbachev.
The French maestro on his acerbic new film Non-Fiction and why he’s a software rather than a hardware guy.
By Elena Lazic
As her new film American Woman attests, the one-time “It girl” has grown into a reliable character actor.
By Guy Lodge
The American star discusses slipping into the skin of Hollywood’s tragic sweetheart, Judy Garland.
The British-Nigerian filmmaker on his intimate portrait of black masculinity, The Last Tree.
By Matt Thrift
The Ad Astra director on how Brad Pitt helped him to make the sprawling sci-fi opus he had inside his head.
We talk to the director of 2001 comedy masterpiece Ghost World ahead of an immersive London screening and soundtrack re-release.
Director and designer Shōji Kawamori sees hand-drawn animation going the way of noh or kabubki in Japan.
The writer/director and star of The Souvenir discuss diaries, memories and the life-changing qualities of making art.
The Mexican auteur reflects on Our Time whether those who create art are all-seeing creatures.
Akron’s finest chats riffing on George A Romero and fearing for our future in The Dead Don’t Die.
By Lou Thomas
The cult British writer/director discusses his surreal sartorial horror yarn, In Fabric.
The celebrated Chadian filmmaker on A Season in France and his humane approach to depicting migrants.
In 2006, the founder of Filter magazine got on the phone with Gene Wilder to discuss his life and work. Here is their conversation in full, re-printed for the first time.
The Hungarian writer/director of Son of Saul discusses his beguiling follow-up, Sunset.
By Matt Turner
The director of the excellent Too Late to Die Young talks about recreating a rural commune from her childhood.