The Portuguese filmmaker tells us about his latest: a quasi-western shot in anamorphic widescreen following one man’s bird watching trip through the pressures of nature, mysterious cultural rites, and a bricolage of mythologies that transform him.
The Berlin School filmmaker returns with The Dreamed Path, the story of two couples’ relationships in two different time periods, presented in minimal, emotionally charged scenes that are linked intuitively – even mysteriously – across the two paths.
The Canadian filmmaker discusses his latest film, an unflinching documentary about harm reduction practices for drug users and sex workers in Toronto’s Regent Park neighbourhood.
The legendary American filmmaker, critic and artist Jonas Mekas discusses I Had Nowhere to Go, his provocative collaboration with Turner Prize-winning artist and filmmaker Douglas Gordon that is based upon Mekas’ diaries beginning in World War II.
The Portuguese director goes in-depth on his incredible latest feature, Horse Money: his intent behind the film (he “says too much” about its meaning), its production, critics writing about his films, and his thoughts on Jean-Luc Godard.
The Argentine director discusses his latest film, Jauja, starring Viggo Mortensen, and the recurrence of themes across his body of work.
The Argentine filmmaker discusses The Princess of France, the latest in his loose adaptation of William Shakespeare’s comedies, this one based on Love’s Labour’s Lost.
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.
The English filmmaker behind the critically acclaimed Berberian Sound Studio returns with The Duke of Burgundy, which explores a strange relationship between two women. We discuss the film’s musical structure, the unique editing strategy, and the film’s relationship with S&M.
The director discusses his latest film, Manglehorn, starring Al Pacino, his work on commercials influencing his feature films, themes that recur through his work, and the difference between his indie films and those with bigger budgets.
The extraordinary French director discusses her latest short film, Voilà l’enchaînement, starring Alex Descas and Norah Krief, as well as her plans for a sci-fi feature film with Robert Pattinson.