Miguel Gomes on seeking truth and betraying ‘reality’ with the monumental ARABIAN NIGHTS trilogy.
‘It’s a what-if exercise:’ Pordenone Silent Film Festival’s Paolo Cherchi Usai speaks on preserving and presenting long-lost reels of Orson Welles.
RABIN, THE LAST DAY and the roots of violence.
Matt Johnson, from Sundance: ‘It was just too funny, to make a movie where it seemed like Matt and Owen went into a time machine back to 1969.’
Seimetz speaks to commodification, collaboration and THE GIRLFRIEND EXPERIENCE.
‘The question is, if you can get that intimacy, what do you do with it?’
On the eve of his annual festival, a conversation with ‘Noirchaeologist’ Eddie Muller.
Discussed: ‘storytelling mode,’ feeling unseen and Marlon Brando’s hard-boiled eggs.
Rob Byrne on How the holy grail of Sherlock Holmes cinema was restored.
The Ross Brothers talk about filming two fractured communities on the Texas-Mexican border.