The Polish actress on coming full circle at Cannes, doing the “Lauren Bacall,” and Pawel Pawlikowski’s masterpiece Cold War.
The Icelandic newcomer on her cinematic bloodline, the concept of “dream roles,” and her headlining role in Mortal Engines.
The English actor on emotional powerhouse Juliette Lewis, his first foray into TV with Netflix, and his directorial debut Back Roads.
The Chilean director on depicting microaggressions on film, working with friends, and his all-too-relatable seriocomedy Tyrel.
The Station 19 actor on his first ambition, the most surreal audition, and Diederik van Rooijen’s The Possession of Hannah Grace.
The Mexican auteur and his actors on recreating memories on film, working sans screenplay, and the 12-year journey to Roma.
The auteur on Japan’s views on adoption, his use of autobiographical details in film, and his Palme d’Or-winning Shoplifters.
The Oscar front-runners and the Greek filmmaker on playing with rabbits, corsets, and fisheye lenses on The Favourite.
TV’s all-time favorite Glenn on playing a nuanced psychopath, navigating his Korean-Americanness, and Lee Chang-dong’s Burning.
The filmmaking duo and the actor on their collaborative evolution and the six-part Western anthology The Ballad of Buster Scruggs.
The Swiss actor on playing wildly different characters, society’s enduring homophobic tendencies, and Marcel Gisler’s Mario.
The music video kingpin has delivered one of the year’s most hotly talked about films—the feverish rap battle satire Bodied.
The next big actor on rewarding projects, our toys just changing with us, and Gustav Möller’s one-location thriller—The Guilty.
The perennial “It” man on the power of Buster Keaton, subverting expectations, and his second directorial feature A Faithful Man.
Germany’s next big thing on his “start from zero” method, finding authorship in acting, and Christian Petzold’s refugee drama Transit.
It’s our favorite choices from this year’s Manhattan shindig: the films, the directors, the performers, and the newcomers.
The acclaimed filmmaker and her muse on “the ultimate jail,” the elasticity of language, and their journey into outer space—High Life.
The Private Life team on capturing New York City on film, casting’s unusual courting process, and the joys of a great screenplay.
The Norwegian novelist on looking beyond the masterpiece, his own favorite author, and Emil and Joachim Trier’s The Other Munch.
The Australian actor on the pitfalls of social media, going “hamburger crazy,” and Lance Daly’s quasi-Western Black ‘47.
The he said/she said out of Tribeca, featuring Tracey Ullman, Meryl Streep, Liev Schreiber, Rosario Dawson, and Bryan Cranston.
The British newcomer on realizing his acting dreams, coping with the unknown and lack of control, and the emergencies of 9-1-1.
The youngest of the Culkin clan continues to carve an unpredictable and interesting path with Ari Gold’s The Song of Sway Lake.
The visionary filmmaker on “fearless” Nicholas Cage, blowing takes with laughter, and his cult classic in the making—Mandy.
The actor on his auspicious beginnings, Madonna’s birthday bash in Marrakech, and his leading role in Sarah Marx’s L’Enkas.
The Looking alumnus on adaptations, the Latino superhero movie El Chicano, and Jeremiah Zagar’s Sundance winner We the Animals.
The Riverdale actress on working with a directing trio, the future roles she’s after, and RKSS’s throwback-thriller Summer of 84.
The English actor on enticing roles, the all-consuming nature of preparation, and Jean-Stéphane Sauvaire’s A Prayer Before Dawn.
The German-born filmmaker on staying versatile in Hollywood, turning down Game of Thrones, and his latest feature The Captain.
The genre icon on the exploitative cult classics of the ‘80s, her career renaissance, and her “rededication” to horror movies.
Enter to win the Anthem-curated Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival mystery box, signed by the South Korean superstar.
The Norwegian actor explores isolation and loneliness in Dominique Rocher’s zombie feature The Night Eats the World.
The newcomer on transitioning from Calvin Klein model to actor, his Georgian “bullshit barometer,” and Daniel Peddle’s Moss.
The ready-made French auteur on the complexities of domestic violence, his acting background, and his feature-length debut Custody.
Twenty years later, the Austrian auteur revisits the original Funny Games to discuss his craft, actors, and that disastrous remake.
The actor on challenging prescribed masculine ideals, leaving legacies behind, and his feature film directorial debut Breath.
The acclaimed Catalan filmmaker on the joys of directing child actors, revisiting her past, and her feature debut Summer 1993.
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The high-stakes adventurer and filmmaker on confronting fears, calculated risk-taking, and lensing Jennifer Peedom’s Mountain.
The rising star on filming in his hometown of Baltimore, playing son to legendary actor dads, and Matthew Porterfield’s Sollers Point.
The English actor on the inevitability of typecasting, settling into characters, and Per Fly’s Backstabbing for Beginners.
The newcomer on auditions, the Antonio Banderas experience, and portraying young Picasso in the anthology series Genius.
The newcomer on his early cinematic influences, future ambitions, and joining the cast of HBO’s Sci-Fi Western Westworld.
The veteran actor on his Obama interview, who should direct his biopic, and Warwick Thornton’s period Western Sweet Country.
The DIY duo on exploring big ideas with small budgets, their Aleister Crowley TV show, and their third feature The Endless.
The renaissance man on Romy & Michele 2, the sanitization of queer cinema, and Vincent Gagliostro’s debut feature After Louie.
The actor on the best aspect of indie film, activism, and Vincent Gagliostro’s intergenerational AIDS conversation feature After Louie.
The acclaimed director on empathizing with her actors, moments that struck her in cinema, and her seventh feature Outside In.