The Colombian director discusses Los Hongos, his follow-up to the award-winning Crab Trap. The film explores art, race and politics through youth culture in Cali.
William Vega is a Colombian director and screenwriter, who directed four short films before completing his debut feature in 2012, La Sirga. Prior to directing his debut feature, Vega was assistant director to Oscar Ruiz Navia on El vuelco del cangrejo (Crab Trap, 2009). La Sirga follows a young girl who is suddenly without her… Continue reading William Vega Interview (La Sirga)
We’re thrilled to launch our 12th issue! Our two interviews in this issue are with filmmakers established and newly rising, both shot at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival. We were excited to talk to Danish director and Dogme 95 co-conspirator, Thomas Vinterberg, who was presenting his buzzed-about new film, The Hunt (starring Mads Mikkelsen… Continue reading Issue 12 (Thomas Vinterberg, 2013 Canadian Screen Awards, William Vega and a Contempt/Diva Video Essay) is Now Available!