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The Winter’s Bone director returns with a clear-eyed character study of a chopper-riding Vietnam War vet in Stray Dog.
The French newcomer finds rhythm in his first leading role as an aspiring DJ in Mia Hansen-Løve’s clubbing drama Eden.
The decorated German actress continues to show exceptional range in Dominik Graf’s sweeping period romance Beloved Sisters.
The experimental folk singer on his beef with critics, that mask, and his feature film debut in Tim Sutton’s Memphis.
The famed leader of chamber pop’s Belle & Sebastian on his feature film debut: “A musical for people who don’t like musicals.”
The English actress buries the ghost of Skins’ Cassie with Game of Thrones and Stuart Murdoch’s God Help the Girl.
The Years & Years frontman makes good on the promise of his a-dork-ability in Stuart Murdoch’s God Help the Girl.
The English actor on the honesty of child actors, the importance of comfortable shoes,, and Ivan Kavanagh’s The Canal.
Give what you can and support Flies Collective’s third feature, an independent throwback to the San Francisco thrillers of the 1970s.
Actor, director, writer and James Franco’s serial collaborator, Scott Haze gives chameleonic feats new meaning in Child of God.
Join Anson Mount to benefit Fighting Duchenne Foundation, and for your chance to visit the set of Hell on Wheels in Calgary.
The maverick filmmaker on his Origins, respecting the work of actors, and the three films that flipped his world upside down.
The filmmaker on Rooftop Films, working with friends, and creating drama around the Thanksgiving table.
Looking back to the early days with the X-Men: Days of Future Past star in Los Angeles.
South Korea’s Bong Joon-ho delivers a star-studded, dystopian sci-fi thriller—one of the best films of the year.
Plucked from obscurity and thrust into the international spotlight. A revisit to our past conversation.
The cast of Jesse Zwick’s About Alex on friendships that last, pitfalls of social media, and the beauty of ensemble work.
Xavier Dolan’s Mommy is, despite its flaws, always gripped with uproarious feeling and often brilliant.
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July Jung’s A Girl At My Door is a film with its fair share of high drama and one of this year’s Un Certain Regard standouts.
One of the most exciting premieres in Cannes is, somewhat unusually, an American indie horror film called It Follows.
A closer look at Steven Knight’s Locke with the man who has packed more into his career than most manage in a lifetime.
The French actor takes Manhattan in the final chapter of Cédric Klapisch’s “trilogy of Xavier’s travels” with Chinese Puzzle.
The up-and-comer on his actor parents, working with first-time director Gia Coppola, and finding his way in Hollywood.
The actress on navigating the industry’s murky waters, Ellen Burstyn, and Chris Messina’s directorial debut Alex of Venice.
The cinematographer behind Martha Marcy May Marlene and HBO’s Girls takes us inside the New York City Ballet.
The youngest of the Culkin clan loses his mind and wins our hearts in first-timer Lou Howe’s Gabriel.
The up-and-comer on the horror genre, dorking out on The Lord of the Rings and Zack Parker’s psychological thriller Proxy.
The actor–turned-director on cinematic activism, studio demands to make Cesar Chavez “sexy” and the sacrifices fathers make.
The actress-cum-activist on working with Diego Luna, the legacy of Dolores Huerta and her new film Cesar Chavez.
HBO scores laughs and tears with Doll & Em, the brainchild of Emily Mortimer, Dolly Wells and a certain Sundance favorite.
The television mainstay on his Staten Island roots, his upcoming feature Bad Hurt and the final season of FX’s Sons of Anarchy.
Grimm’s own Big Bad Wolf on television, the things to love about Portland, and the rat race that is Hollywood.
The Oscar nominee on panic-induced screenwriting, the constitutions of a “good” person, and his latest feature OMAR.
The cinematic trio on the complexities of circumstance, the absurdity of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and their film Mars at Sunrise.
The recipient of Cannes’ Queer Palm and Best Director Award takes us behind the scenes of Stranger by the Lake.
The Vampire Diaries’ actor on awards season, the launch of his production company and FOX’s forthcoming miniseries Gracepoint.
Syfy channel’s rising star on hitting gold with Helix, his entirely different pre-industry background and finding a creative voice.
Banshee’s up-and-comer on filming in Austin, Texas, firing a gun for the first time and her latest film Loves Her Gun.
The star of Homeland and The Blacklist on keeping secrets, working with Guillermo del Toro and looking back at Mean Girls.
Pierre Deladonchamps on his beginnings, Melancholia and his new film Stranger by the Lake.
The actor of Boardwalk Empire fame on his past life as a hockey player and the uncertainties of the film business.
The up-and-comer on his Staten Island roots, the thing about television and playing Mickey Cohen in Frank Darabont’s Mob City.
A sit down with one of the most innovative visual artists of our time to discuss the foremost thinker of modern times Noam Chomsky.
The comedy queen cracks up with co-star Aziz Ansari about the sadness of funny men, dates from hell and Kanye West.
The Shameless newcomer on his early acting days, Emmy Rossum and the hit Showtime series’ upcoming season.
We get up close and personal with the darling of American indie film as she ascends towards Hollywood’s elite class.