The newcomer on growing up in the Australian outback, playing Jennifer Garner’s son, and his next role on American Crime Story.
The one-of-a-kind actor on the particulars of choosing projects, his cherished acting moments, and Jamie M. Dagg’s Sweet Virginia.
Norway’s auteur on his childhood notions of fright, running away from anxiety as a filmmaker, and exploring gay love with Thelma.
The actress on the “tip of the iceberg” sexual abuse allegations, the inherent emptiness of social media, and turning life’s corners.
The Scottish filmmaker on the catalyst for her new film Bitch, keeping faith in your artistic abilities, and her upcoming feature Egg.
Sweden’s auteur on winning the Palme d’Or for The Square, society’s changing social contract, and his next film Triangle of Sadness.
The British actor on going method on a sheep farm, going beyond sexual orientation in film, and Francis Lee’s God’s Own Country.
The Romanian actor on delivering lambs, the severe filming conditions of Yorkshire, and the likelihood of God’s Own Country 2.
The rising actor on his poker obsession, getting into the headspace of a zombie, and Colin Minihan’s It Stains the Sands Red.
The filmmaker on crafting a fictitious town, working with Christopher Abbott and Jon Bernthal, and his neo-noir Sweet Virginia.
Enter to win a copy of the 22nd Busan International Fantastic Film Festival catalogue, signed by the acclaimed filmmaker.
The gifted screenwriter on stunt casting, shedding a light on America’s “hidden homeless,” and Sean Baker’s The Florida Project.
The actor-turned-filmmaker on the universality of addiction, Doug Liman’s toolbox, and his outrageous debut feature Assholes.
The newcomer on empowering young women, depicting sexual assault on film, and Natalia Leite’s rape-revenge thriller M.F.A..
The Sundance Grand Jury Prize winners on how they first met, their “no blueprint” formula, and their documentary Dina.
The Oscar nominee on getting sized up by Ed Harris, two great acting lessons, and Angus MacLachlan’s Abundant Acreage Available.
The psychedelic pop outfit from Oslo on their nerdiest equipment fetish, choice vice, and who they would marry/fuck/kill/handhold.
An in-depth chat with the actor/filmmaker about his early influences, big lessons in cinema, and meeting the late Abbas Kiarostami.
The legendary activist on children’s influence on parents, the debt cycle, and her youth conservation program Roots & Shoots.
The It actor with the “It” factor on hearing news of her casting, misfit Bill Murray, and her next role playing opposite Amy Adams.
The Polish master on our “brutally changing” world, women’s struggle in cinema, and the value of life experience in filmmaking.
The bold actress on slipping in and out of unhinged roles, acting past language barriers on set, and Nathan Silver’s Thirst Street.
The double Palme d’Or-winning duo on the casting process, finding their “realism,” and their tenth feature film The Unknown Girl.
Eliza Hittman’s second feature is an independent gem that picked up the Best Director prize at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
The Game of Thrones star on ticking cultural touchstones, fielding Kingslayer questions, and the root of white nationalist tendencies.
The Power actor on Ric Roman Waugh’s Shot Caller, his three most wanted film roles, and Charlottesville and the state of America.
The South Korean filmmaker on his stunt school experience, crafting action, and possibly remaking his revenge thriller The Villainess.
The bold filmmaker on the future of viral sensations, the wonder of 2001: A Space Odyssey, and his take on social media Like Me.
The gifted up-and-comer on his approach to acting, his journey to here, and Xander Robin’s anti-coming-of-age Are We Not Cats.
The sweet-natured actor on playing bastards, Marianna Palka’s Bitch, and his title role on ABC’s Kevin (Probably) Saves the World.
Enter to win a copy of the 21st Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival catalogue, signed by the acclaimed filmmaker.
The Spanish film icon on his creative impulses, striking memories of a long gone past, and his singular approach to making movies.
The actor-turned-filmmaker on transcending language barriers, working with family, and his balls-out feature debut Assholes.
The filmmaker on deconstructing horror, babysitting the Schwarzenegger kids, and his horror/comedy mash-up Better Watch Out.
The human laugh factory on his journey to fame, the highs and lows of SNL, and Dave McCary’s high-concept film Brigsby Bear.
In this Shanghai Film Festival exclusive, enter to win a designer keepsake and a handwritten note from the SNL funnyman.
The most laid back person alive on his fame-triggered crisis, getting a day named in his honor, and his fifth studio album Boo Boo.
The Pretty Little Liars alum shares her thoughts on the series finale and gets super cozy for our photoshoot in New York City.
The rising star of FOX’s Gotham on the future of Poison Ivy, the root of her acting ambitions, and making sense of an artist’s life.
The promising newcomer on his entry into acting, Mike Mills’ 20th Century Women, and life beyond Netflix’s Anne with an E.
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.
The American film and television actor cracks a window into his life with the exposures of a single disposable camera.
The South Korean filmmaker on the elastic boundaries of virtual reality, national trauma, and empowering transnational identities.
The first-time feature filmmaker behind AWOL on her agricultural background, Hollywood misogyny, and discovering Lola Kirke.
These Here Are Crazy Times! Take an intimate look at the world’s most populous country, as seen through the actor’s discerning eyes.
A return to our on-going series of talk with touring artists in search of wild banter, laughter, and indispensable “road sage.”
The Irishman on Woody Harrelson’s directing chops, Stephen Fingleton’s The Survivalist, and the interconnectedness of us all.
The actress behind Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2′s Mantis on her origins, crying on Sunset Boulevard, and then-future ambitions.
The actor-turned-director on the films from his teenage past, choosing the right wig, and his dark abduction comedy Take Me.
The Lovecraftian filmmaking team on cults, the creepiest story they’ve ever heard, and their latest feature The Endless.