The British actress on the potential bodily cost to acting, coming to terms with social media, and Marie Curie’s luminous legacy.
The Ukrainian actress on her early beginnings in French cinema, her anti-hoarding tendencies, and her upcoming Franco-Korean film.
Highlights from South Korea’s Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival—a rare physical edition amidst the on-going pandemic.
The Aussie actor on life after COVID-19, why he can’t watch horror movies, and the implications of looking forever young.
The Minnesota native on his lasting Hollywood friendships, discovering music via acting, and his next project with Lee Daniels.
The actress on the arrival of artificially intelligent actors, the unmatched thrill of first-time directors, and thriving on “productive fear.”
The actor on proclivities versus adaptation, the circus-like nature of filmmaking, and the pitfalls of judging the characters you portray.
The prolific actor on his life in Rome, the art of improvisation, and his long-standing collaboration with Abel Ferrara.
The actresses on the taboo of death, their perfect film ending, and Natalie Erika James’s Sundance horror breakout Relic.
Japan’s most celebrated filmmaker on unteachable poetry, cruel truths versus kind lies, and Catherine Deneuve’s main quality.
The singer-songwriter and actress on resentment, the broken music industry, and laying it bare as a documentary subject.
One of Hollywood’s most visible Asian actresses gets real on getting chosen, being cut from Artemis Fowl, and hard-to-find courage.
The breakout star of 1917 on intimidating roles, meeting directors at their A-game, and his father’s beautiful piece of advice.
The English actress on life’s prescribed ideals and aspirations, movies in the time of coronavirus, and Lorcan Finnegan’s Vivarium.
The gifted actor on his directorial endeavors, Nicolas Cage’s good advice, and reconnecting with Maya Hawke on Human Capital.
The fresh-faced actor on his early beginnings, “living truthfully under imaginary circumstances,” and responsible storytelling.
The actress on her lasting friendships in young Hollywood, the slippery slope of social media, and Benjamin Kasulke’s Banana Split.
The filmmaker and her actors on the feminist horror label, the big lessons of their careers, and the Sundance puzzle box Amulet.
All the cool boys and girls of Park City featuring Rebecca Hall, Sean Durkin, Wunmi Mosaku, Sverrir Gudnason, and many more!
The Austrian filmmaking duo on the allure of difficult people, Riley Keough’s mystique, and their snowbound horror story The Lodge.
The genre producer on the horrors of growing up, his very own Animal House experience, and his directorial debut Come to Daddy.
The Russian wunkerkind on the tautology of existence, Alexander Sokurov’s towering influence, and the exquisite Beanpole.
The actor on getting “fanged,” what keeps him coming back in acting, and Xavier Dolan’s The Death and Life of John F. Donovan.
The visionary director on his childhood imaginary friend, “kinetic maximalism,” and his cosmic horror romp Daniel Isn’t Real.
This year’s Cannes Best Actress winner on stylized performances, harnessing muscle memory, and Jessica Hausner’s Little Joe.
The always reliable actor on keeping scenes alive, bringing levity to dark projects, and Annabelle Attanasio’s Mickey and the Bear.
The Israeli filmmaker on the trappings of willful self-reinvention, authoring your life story, and his Golden Bear winner Synonyms.
The South Korea-Japan discord continues to escalate and it’s spilling over into the entertainment sector. Fly the flag of peace.
The German newcomer tops our yearly list of best performances, playing a serial killer in Fatih Akin’s punishing The Golden Glove.
The indomitable actor on his obsessive nature, his luck and his moxie, and Jim Mickle’s genre bender In the Shadow of the Moon.
The perennial cool guy on turning off the TV for good, fatherhood and new perspectives, and Andy Muschietti’s It Chapter Two.
The genre icon and his latest muse turn the mic on each other to discuss their modern-day retelling of Frankenstein—Depraved.
The Oscar-winning actor on surrendering towards positivity, director mentors, and his post-pandemic survival drama Light of My Life.
The on-the-rise actor on becoming our best selves, his biggest nightmare, and the importance of “maintaining the eyes of a child.”
The whip-smart filmmaker on death metal, social media, and the machismo-critiquing crowd-pleaser The Art of Self-Defense.
The actor on playing a human being first, coming out to your friends, and John Butler’s tale of bromosexual friendship Papi Chulo.
A book of film knowledge from prominent industry players, spanning a decade of a journalist’s career, arrives this summer.
The director on his first moves towards filmmaking, going insane for Billie Eilish, and his superhero horror mash-up Brightburn.
An exclusive behind-the-scenes first look at Inon Shampanier’s indie drama starring Lili Taylor and Stefania LaVie Owen.
The singular actor on filming Back to the Future twice, propaganda in film, and Stacie Passon’s We Have Always Lived in the Castle.
The standout talent from Gotham’s film mecca, featuring Simon Pegg, Abel Ferrara, Karl Urban and Elijah Wood—in portraits.
The documentary filmmaker on her “casting” procedure, ethics in vérité filmmaking, and the Sundance hit Knock Down the House.
The Game of Thrones star on growing up on the biggest show in the history of television, its final season, and his next life steps.
The Aussie actor on keeping film projects secret, playing a dad on screen, and the beloved generational tale of Storm Boy.