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Lucas Jade Zumann in Los Angeles. © 2017 Matty Chatburn.

Screen Test: Lucas Jade Zumann

The promising newcomer on his entry into acting, Mike Mills’ 20th Century Women, and life beyond Netflix’s Anne with an E.


Kelvin Harrison Jr. in Los Angeles. © 2017 Benjo Arwas.

Screen Test: Kelvin Harrison Jr.

The on-the-rise actor on his New Orleans roots, what it takes to trust your director, and Trey Edward Shults’ It Comes at Night.


David Call in New York City. © Bradford Gregory.

21 Exposures: David Call

The American film and television actor cracks a window into his life with the exposures of a single disposable camera.


Gina Kim in South Korea. © 2017 Lee Kang Hoon.

VR Trooper: Gina Kim

The South Korean filmmaker on the elastic boundaries of virtual reality, national trauma, and empowering transnational identities.


© Krzysiek Opalinski.

Living Legends: Agnieszka Holland

The Polish master on our “brutally changing” world, women’s struggle in cinema, and the value of life experience in filmmaking.


Deb Shoval at home in New York City. © 2017 Jón Prosper.

Screen Test: Deb Shoval

The first-time feature filmmaker behind AWOL on her agricultural background, Hollywood misogyny, and discovering Lola Kirke.


© 2017 Frank Mosley.

THACT: Frank Mosley’s China

These Here Are Crazy Times! Take an intimate look at the world’s most populous country, as seen through the actor’s discerning eyes.


Yelle in Seoul, South Korea. © 2017 Jean-François Perrier.

Road Trippin’ with Yelle in Seoul!

A return to our on-going series of talk with touring artists in search of wild banter, laughter, and indispensable “road sage.”


Martin McCann in Brooklyn, New York. © Arkan Zakharov.

Martin McCann’s Survival Tactics

The Irishman on Woody Harrelson’s directing chops, Stephen Fingleton’s The Survivalist, and the interconnectedness of us all.


© 2017 Marvel Studios.

The Archives: Pom Klementieff

The actress behind Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2′s Mantis on her origins, crying on Sunset Boulevard, and then-future ambitions.


Lindsay Burdge in New York City. © 2017 BriAnne Wills.

Lindsay Burdge Is Totally Game

The bold actress on slipping in and out of unhinged roles, acting past language barriers on set, and Nathan Silver’s Thirst Street.


© 2017 Netflix and The Orchard.

Q&A with Pat Healy

The actor-turned-director on the films from his teenage past, choosing the right wig, and his dark abduction comedy Take Me.


David Lawon Jr., Aaron Moorhead, and Justin Benson. © 2017 Tiffany Frances.

A Conversation with Justin Benson, Aaron Moorhead & David Lawson Jr.

The Lovecraftian filmmaking team on cults, the creepiest story they’ve ever heard, and their latest feature The Endless.


Jacob Latimore in New York City. © 2017 Jónatan Prospero.

Screen Test: Jacob Latimore

The rising star on balancing acting with music, Kathryn Bigelow’s untitled 1967 Detroit race riots project, and JD Dillard’s Sleight.


Christophe Honoré on the set of Love Songs with Chiara Mastroianni, Ludivine Sagnier, and Louis Garrel.

Catch-Up: Christophe Honoré

The celebrated French filmmaker on championing German cinema, Isabelle Huppert’s crossover, and his new film Metamorphoses.


Michał Marczak in New York City © 2017 Jónatan Prospero.

Q&A with Michal Marczak

The Polish auteur on his filmmaking method, the award-winning All These Sleepless Nights, and his as-yet-untitled “cosmos project.”


Bong Joon-Ho on the set of Snowpiercer.

The Lost Interview: Bong Joon-ho

With news of the South Korean filmmaker’s inclusion in this year’s Cannes competition line-up, a look back at his most candid self.


© Ilaria Orsini.

Q&A with Katell Quillévéré

The César-nominated filmmaker on career lessons, discovering actor Gabin Verdet, and the dazzling elegy to life Heal the Living.


© 2017 Dan Beleiu.

From the Archives: Cristian Mungiu

A look back to our chat with the Romanian filmmaker just named Jury President of this year’s Shanghai International Film Festival.


Keiynan Lonsdale in Los Angeles. © 2017 Nikko La Mere.

Screen Test: Keiynan Lonsdale

The Aussie actor on his crippling shyness growing up, idolizing Michael Jackson, and the hindrance of wearing that Kid Flash suit.


© 2017 Francois Durand.

Catch-Up: Ryan O’Nan

The consummate nice guy on the aspiring Los Angeles actor cliché, his poor bartending skills, and Brian Jett’s new film Fallen Stars.


Tom Cullen and Tatiana Maslany in New York City. © 2017 Reto Sterchi.

A Conversation with Tom Cullen, Tatiana Maslany & Joey Klein

The onscreen/offscreen couple and the first-time feature filmmaker on messy love, unrivaled collaboration, and The Other Half.


© 2017 Rafa Rivas.

Q&A with Olivier Assayas

The French auteur on Kristen Stewart’s transformation, Sylvester Stallone’s comeback, and his Cannes-winning Personal Shopper.


Ry Russo-Young at her home in the West Village, NYC. © 2017 Jón Prosper.

Q&A with Ry Russo-Young

The indie stalwart on her evolution as a female filmmaker, dignifying the teenage experience, and the YA adaptation Before I Fall.


Playing on top of Mount Omuro, an extinct, grassy volcano on the Izu Peninsula. This girl was trying to toboggan down the mountain using that magazine as a sled. She failed, thankfully.

THACT: Connor Jessup’s Japan

These Here Are Crazy Times! Take a calm journey to the Land of the Rising Sun, as seen through the choice actor’s perceptive lens.


© 2017 AMBI Media Group.

Spotlight: Lavender

Ed Gass-Donnelly’s amnesia-thriller Lavender is a surprisingly robust showcase for Australian actress—and rapper!—Abbie Cornish.


© 2017 Frederic Monceau.

Ready Player One

An exclusive fashion editorial featuring Wiktor Sudol of 16MEN, the new men’s image division from New Madison Models Paris.


© Saban Films.

Q&A with Colm McCarthy

The Scottish director on his post-apocalyptic world-building, color-blind casting, and his second feature The Girl with All the Gifts.


Leonardo Nam in Los Angeles. © 2017 Ricky Middlesworth. Grooming by Stephanie Puleio. Styling by Philippe Uter.

Screen Test: Leonardo Nam

The Westworld “butcher” on his multicultural background, his co-star Thandie Newton, and a career-launching turkey sandwich.


Roland Møller in Copenhagen. © 2016  SVLSTG.

Roland Møller Strikes Pay Dirt

The self-proclaimed “Danish raconteur” on his entry into acting, Martin Zandvliet’s Oscar-nominated Land of Mine, and Hollywood.


Julie Benz in Havenhurst. © 2017 Brainstorm Media.

Julie Benz Comes Full Circle

The television mainstay on Sylvester Stallone’s stunt advice, Jawbreaker 2 that never was, and Andrew C. Erin’s latest Havenhurst.


© 2015 Matt Irwin.

Tye Sheridan at a Crossroads

Hollywood’s next big thing on his introduction to film, unconventional storytelling, and Steven Spielberg’s “most youthful spirit.”


Giovanni Bonamy in Paris. © 2017 Piergab Pichon.

Off the Rack: Giovanni Bonamy

The former Abercrombie & Fitch model on being a dude in the fashion industry, in a series inspired by model-turned-activist Sara Ziff.


© 2016 Benjo Arwas.

Spotlight: Cameron Monaghan

Keep an eye on this TV mainstay who’s totally killing it on Gotham and about to pull double duty with the return of Shameless.


© 2009 Jenny Mörtsell.

Film Critic: Trespass Against Us

Adam Smith shoots fireworks—not with careening action, but Michael Fassbender and Brendan Gleeson’s emotional intelligence.


© 2016 Matthew Brookes.

Film Critic: Reset

The Benjamin Millepied documentary is a reminder that ideas sometimes look good only on paper, and none of us are clairvoyant.


© 2016 Alexander Dahl.

Spotlight: Erik Hassle

Sweden’s soul-inflected pop artist with a Prince falsetto voice returns to fine form with his upcoming fourth album, Innocence Lost.


© 2016 IFC Films.

Catch-Up: André Øvredal

The Norwegian filmmaker gets real about life after Trollhunter, Hollywood casting, and his new spookshow The Autopsy of Jane Doe.


Johnny Stevens of Highly Suspect. © 2016 Allen Chiu.

Spotlight: Highly Suspect

The Brooklyn by the way of Cape Cod rock outfit plows forward with another Grammy nomination, pitted against industry giants.


Dominic Rains in New York City. © 2016 Reto Sterchi.

Spotlight: Dominic Rains

The A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night actor blips on our radar again with Ian Old’s culture-clash drama Burn Country.


Maren Ade at The Regency Hotel, New York City.

Q&A with Maren Ade

The acclaimed German filmmaker on the cadence of humor, cinema that relates to parents, and her third feature Toni Erdmann.


Mackenzie Davis

Q&A with Mackenzie Davis

Our best bet on the actress of tomorrow on Big Sur, her competitiveness in a game of Celebrity, and Sophia Takal’s Always Shine.


Aaron Paul and Zack Whedon by Andy Rolfes.

A Conversation with Aaron Paul & Zack Whedon

The household name and the first-time filmmaker on double lives, The Black List, and their independent gem Come and Find Me.


Robert Schwartzman in Manhattan.

Screen Test: Robert Schwartzman

The rocker-turned-filmmaker on getting unexpectedly caught up with Rooney, his debut feature Dreamland, and his next steps.


Justin Hartley in Studio City.

This Course: Justin Hartley

The soap opera mainstay on his current state of mind, life beyond the screen, and his role on NBC’s new breakout series This Is Us.


Rebecca Hall in New York City.

Rebecca Hall Pulls the Trigger

The always-reliable actress on her directorial ambitions, her memories of films past, and Antonio Campos’ confident feature Christine.


Brad Benedict at The Line Hotel in Los Angeles.

Screen Test: Brad Benedict

The Too Close to Home newcomer on his climb up the industry, Tyler Perry’s “compound” studio, and some million-dollar questions.


James Ransone with his dog Sonny in the East Village.

This Course: James Ransone

The Baltimore actor on his “worst” adolescent years, exploring altered states of consciousness, and Ti West’s In a Valley of Violence.


Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne in New York City.

Q&A with the Dardenne Brothers

The double Palme d’Or-winning duo on the casting process, finding their “realism,” and their tenth feature film The Unknown Girl.


Richard Armitage at The London Hotel in New York City.

Richard Armitage Blows His Cover

The star of Berlin Station on the “extraordinary everyman,” his directing ambitions, and the espionage series’ possible second season.