By Meg Walters
The Academy Award-winning composer behind Tár and Women Talking explains how she created two of this year's most interesting scores.
By Iana Murray
The veteran cinematographer on his explosive formative cinema experiences and shooting Sam Mendes’s moving drama, Empire of Light.
By Rogan Graham
The director of Till speaks about the challenges of portraying a traumatic piece of American Black history on screen.
The star of Marie Kreutzer's Corsage reveals the demanding details of portraying an empress.
By Simon Bland
It's hard to image the holiday season without this zany reimagining of Dickens' classic tale – but as puppeteer Steve Whitmire explains, The Muppet Christmas Carol was make or break for the beloved company.
By Leila Latif
The veteran actor, musician and director speaks about his role in Noah Baumbach's White Noise, and what his long tenure in Hollywood has taught him about the world.
The Taiwanese master filmmaker and his muse discuss their long-standing artistic partnership.
The writer/director of Glass Onion talks musicals, murder mysteries, and the sartorial secrets of master detective Benoit Blanc.
The Italian director behind A Bigger Splash, Call Me By Your Name and Suspiria talks flies, flesh and Timothée Chalamet in his horror-romance Bones and All.
The director of Armageddon Time reflects on how his childhood inspired his deeply affecting drama about societal tensions in 1970s New York.
The Scottish filmmaker behind breakout indie Aftersun explains the complex process of portraying memory in cinema.
LWLies speak to the director of the outrageous farce, Dodo, at the the 2022 Thessaloniki Film Festival.
The Chilean director on the very contemporary political and philosophical questions at the core of literary period piece, The Wonder.
By Callie Petch
The co-director of the weird and wonderful stop motion modern classic ParaNorman reflects on the film's legacy a decade later.
By Ella Kemp
The two-time Palme d'Or-winning provocateur chats idealism, misogyny and modeling as Triangle of Sadness hits cinemas.
By Simon Bland
Creator Stephen Volk and director Lesley Manning reflect on the chaos and unlikely impact of their meta-Halloween horror.
The stars of Martin McDonagh's latest reflect on their reunion on the islands of Inishmore and Achill, the scars of the Irish Civil War, and the weight of artistic legacy.