Filmmakers Dan Geller and Dayna Goldfine on the murder mystery at the heart of their documentary The Galápagos Affair: Satan Came to Eden.
Kiwi filmmaker Florian Habicht on his collaboration with Jarvis Cocker, the people of Sheffield, and appealing to non-fans of Pulp.
On the eve of its world premiere, Jonathan King takes us behind the scenes of his new science-fiction venture.
Australian actor turned director Jennifer Kent on her breakout feature, the mother-and-son horror The Babadook.
On directing first-timers, being inspired by the Up Series, and the challenge of filming across 52 Tuesdays.
Bringing the galvanizing—and ultimately tragic—story of tech genius Aaron Swartz to the screen.
Cinema’s preeminent documentary filmmaker on his two latest triumphs, At Berkeley and National Gallery.
A discussion on Maori instrumental traditions, taonga puoro torch bearer Richard Nunns, and music and culture in documentary Voices of the Land: Nga Reo o te Whenua.
A conversation about Libyan and Syrian hospitality, fighting and filmmaking for a cause, and the road to revolution.
Tracking the urban legend of a quest for Fargo’s ‘treasure’ from the far east to midwest.
The director of Ukraine is Not a Brothel on befriending the founders of the radical Feminist protest group, the dangerous ego of their former leader, and getting in touch with the Slavic soul.
DOUG DILLAMAN and TIM WONG talk Jake the movie, scriptwriting as a means to an end, collaboration vs. authorship, and finding the right tone.
A conversation on gun control in America, perceiving truth as a filmmaker, and the life and legacy of Roger Ebert with esteemed documentarian Steve James.
An interview with passionate American actor Denis O’Hare, seen recently on stage in An Iliad, and on screen in Dallas Buyers Club.
Directors Joel and Ethan Coen share thoughts on Inside Llewyn Davis at the 51st New York Film Festival.
Naomie Harris, fearless force of nature, on playing Winnie in Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.
Vincent Ward, New Zealand auteur, reflects on a singular career in film, his creative instinct as an artist, and the exciting prospect of returning to directing after a long absence.
At the 51st New York Film Festival, Tom Hanks on pirates, high seas, and being a nice guy.
Paul Greengrass on the romance of New York, and how it inspired the gripping Captain Phillips
From cowboys and communists to compost and compassion.