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GETT: Fighting for Freedom in a Claustrophobic Israeli Courtroom

March 1, 2015
COURTESY MUSIC BOX FILMS

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.’

Grand Undertakings: Matt Zoller Seitz on Wes Anderson, Part Two

February 25, 2015 | One Comment
WES ANDERSON COLLECTION GRAND BUDAPEST

‘He’s on a grand adventure.’ Notes from the author on ‘The Wes Anderson Collection: THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL’

Nick Broomfield’s Best Work Yet?

February 20, 2015
TALES OF THE GRIM SLEEPER

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.

John Boorman, QUEEN AND COUNTRY and Everything Else

February 18, 2015
QUEEN AND COUNTRY

On falling into John Boorman’s many, many worlds.

Russian Dolls, Shame Spirals: Guy Maddin and Evan Johnson on THE FORBIDDEN ROOM

February 11, 2015 | One Comment
FORBIDDEN ISLAND

‘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.’

Kristian St. Clair: Upswing on the Downbeat with THIS IS GARY MCFARLAND

January 30, 2015
THIS IS GARY MCFARLAND

Searching for the impeccably coiffed ghost of long-forgotten jazz genius Gary McFarland.

Rewind: Reminiscence on the Recording of ‘Genesis’

January 30, 2015
THIS IS GARY MCFARLAND

Wendy Flower on Gary McFarland.

Beyond Exploitation: Peter Strickland’s THE DUKE OF BURGUNDY

January 26, 2015
DUKE BURGUNDY

‘All I’m doing is stepping outside of that fantasy and showing the mechanics of it.’

Sundance: The Storied Path to THE ROYAL ROAD

January 24, 2015
THE ROYAL ROAD

Jenni Olson talks preservation, pining and the art of pretend in the making of her literary film essay.

Ani Simon-Kennedy: Goodbye to Language

January 22, 2015
DAYS OF GRAY

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.

Liv Ullmann: Do Pictures ‘Do It?’

January 18, 2015 | 2 Comments
MISS JULIE

A conversation on ‘connection:’ Though its lead actress may have been snubbed by 2015’s Oscars, MISS JULIE’s director, Liv Ullmann is undeterred.

Mark Peranson: LA ULTIMA PELICULA

January 10, 2015
LA ULTIMA PELICULA

‘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.’