An Eric Schlosser exec-produced food justice documentary puts agricultural workers in the spotlight.
Shot in California but set in Iran, A GIRL WALKS HOME ALONE AT NIGHT bridges horror movies and art cinema in lush black-and-white.
Fond of putting his family members in front of the lens, documentarian Robert Greene widens his scope slightly with ACTRESS, an intimate and layered study of his neighbor, Brandy Burre.
‘I think this story is deeply rooted in a tradition of nightmares,’ says Romney of his doppelgänger-and-cinephilia short.
Making an impact: Jon Stewart talks about his leave from The Daily Show to follow the Maziar Bahari story.
‘I think that horror coming from normality is much more horrifying than monsters or robots.’
‘We are slave of our culture, our readings, our thoughts.’
Poitras speaks on her powderkeg CITIZENFOUR and the tension between liberty and security, law and secrecy.
On controversy, colonialism and Sauper’s latest, WE COME AS FRIENDS: ‘Like the king’s jester. It is fine when he talks in court but it is not fine if he goes out to the people and has a microphone.’
The iconoclastic Bay Area filmmaker premieres his new nocturnal drama at the Mill Valley Film Festival and on Fandor.