The music-doc cool cat searches for the impeccably coiffed ghost of long-forgotten jazz genius Gary McFarland and discovers the Holy Grail of ‘60s soda pop TV commercials.
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.
‘It hit me at some point that it made sense having two directors on a movie where imperfection is interwoven into the fabric of the film.’
‘In search of their own unique landing spots': Joanna Hogg discusses filmmaking.
‘The movie shows the IDF can be a really messy place, out of control, really frustrating, not heroic.’
‘How does each of us contribute our tiny grain of sand, our granito, to positive social change?’