Linklater’s third in the unplanned series is a charmer; the director offers notes on its making.
The maker of Cannes film NORTE, THE END OF HISTORY, talks about taking time in an all-too-impatient world.
Six-year-old star Onata Aprile joins David Siegel and Scott McGehee in a discussion of moviemaking, relationships and Henry James.
The embattled Chinese director talks about maternal perspective, personal trauma and the making of a film that the Chinese government doesn’t want you to see.
In competition at Cannes with HELI, Escalante speaks on filmmaking style, sex, death, Carlos Reygadas, painting and the image of illegal immigrants in the U.S.
‘Lonely people tend to like my films a lot. Happy people don’t seem to get my films,’ says the Thai director.
Deep dive into family history nets much more than a ‘home movie.’
With no allegiance to the rules, borders or expectations of moviemaking, Ashim Ahluwalia’s brilliant career path is untraceable.
‘Stop showing our sadness, our dead bodies,’ says the maker of a documentary on misguided philanthropy for Haiti.
‘I will probably die penniless in a gutter lying in a pool of blood, broken glass and broken teeth. Unless it is possible to jump realities.’
The maverick French director speaks about bridging generational divides, the art of adaptation and his new fourth-wall breaking meta-drama.
Bay Area filmmaker Les Blank dies at 77; a 2007 interview celebrates this prolific maker of documentaries on food, music and culture.