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Larry Fessenden: Taking Genre Seriously

August 13, 2014
THE INKEEPERS

On turning horror inside out.

REWIND: Robert Drew and a Whole New Way of Seeing

July 30, 2014
ROBERT DREW

‘My view was to get the camera moving with people through stories.’

Rewind: The Assassinated Light of Hugues de Montalembert and Gary Tarn

July 25, 2014
BLACK SUN

Gary Tarn and Hugues de Montalembert on how remarkable audio brings ‘vision’ into focus.

Don’t Judge a Porn Star

July 11, 2014
STARLET

STARLET director Sean Bakers talks friendship and fatalism.

Uncertainty and the Making of BOYHOOD

July 7, 2014
BOYHOOD

Richard Linklater talks about bringing great latitude to the ‘longitudinal’ project.

Page Two: Andrew Rossi on the College Question

June 21, 2014

PAGE ONE filmmaker Rossi takes a balanced approach to a pivotal crisis with IVORY TOWER.

The Right Moment for ROY COHN/JACK SMITH

June 20, 2014
ROY COHN JACK SMITH

Jill Godmilow reveals how, twenty years later, ROY COHN/JACK SMITH resurrects more than a couple legends.

The Art of Filmmaking: Jan Troell

June 20, 2014
THE LAST SENTENCE

‘As a biography contains a whole life, you have to try to find the story that is most interesting to you.’

Bruce LaBruce: ‘I Contradict Myself’

June 16, 2014
GERONTOPHILIA

‘This time I wanted to make a kind of romantic comedy, work within more mainstream narrative conventions.’

To HELLION and Back: Kat Candler

June 13, 2014
HELLION

Talking child stars and heavy metal with Sundance sensation Kat Candler.

Throwback Thursday: PING PONG SUMMER

June 5, 2014
PING PONG SUMMER

‘Digital is great, but when you’re talking about emulsion and chemicals, and circles versus squares, you can’t fake it,’ says director Michael Tully.

Megan Griffiths, Getting Lucky in Seattle

June 2, 2014
LUCKY THEM

‘It’s not all about the finished product, sometimes the finished product can be enhanced by something that happens on set. I think that is definitely something that is very Seattle.’