Ziering: ‘A small percentage of men are rapists, but what makes it so terrible are the environments where they know these crimes won’t be properly adjudicated.’
Shlomi Elkabetz: ‘I’m not trying to flatter anyone but really trying to be strict and radical, and at the same time to be popular. Is it possible? I don’t know.’
‘He’s on a grand adventure.’ Notes from the author on ‘The Wes Anderson Collection: THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL’
The maker of KURT AND COURTNEY and BIGGIE AND TUPAC talks about the slow wheels of justice and his latest film, TALES OF THE GRIM SLEEPER.
On falling into John Boorman’s many, many worlds.
‘We all have our own ways of creating delusions and anesthetic trickles that enable you to get through each day on this planet without having to face the fact that some scary void awaits us all.’
Searching for the impeccably coiffed ghost of long-forgotten jazz genius Gary McFarland.
Wendy Flower on Gary McFarland.
‘All I’m doing is stepping outside of that fantasy and showing the mechanics of it.’
Jenni Olson talks preservation, pining and the art of pretend in the making of her literary film essay.
The indie adventurer sojourns to the Land of Fire and Ice and teams up with orchestral rock band Hjaltalin for her silent movie feature debut, DAYS OF GRAY.
A conversation on ‘connection:’ Though its lead actress may have been snubbed by 2015’s Oscars, MISS JULIE’s director, Liv Ullmann is undeterred.