Posts Tagged ‘FILM’
The second installment of our extensive and in-depth four-part Q&A with the British house and techno production duo.
After a long wait, we’re proud to start syndicating our extensive and in-depth video Q&A with the British house duo.
We caught up with Ian Fitzgibbon to discuss his newest film, Death of a Superhero, a party live action, part animated tale of teenage life in Ireland.
A peek into the mayhem that ensued at the 285 Kent Ave. party in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, which featured some of our favorite local dance music artists.
The Academy Award-nominated actress discusses Haruki Murakami’s Norwegian Wood, its long-awaited film adaptation and why she will never take ‘no’ for an answer.
The actor/director discusses his latest film, Newlyweds, the future of the Tribeca Film Festival, and his infallible allegiance to New York City.
The Hell on Wheels star turns cinema’s overabundant drug-addled caricatures on its head with his powerhouse performance in Cook County.
The French actor on the allure of silent films, his unconventional “American” career path in his native homeland and the value of being “contre-courant”.
The formidable Spanish actress takes on her greatest challenge to date in Pedro Almodóvar’s hotly anticipated film The Skin I Live In.
A sit-down with the bright-eyed Israeli-American actress who wowed us with her powerhouse performance in Julia Loktev’s The Loneliest Planet.
The character actor discusses theater, the importance of family and his latest role in Jeff Nichols’ award-winning psychodrama, Take Shelter.
The promising British actor sheds his hard exterior to fill the shoes of a charismatic gay romantic in Andrew Haigh’s award-winning film Weekend.
Anthem sat down with the French starlet to discuss her latest film, Love Crime.
Its been said that love is a many-splintering thing. For writer/director/actor Evan Glodell, it’s the profundity of the volatile relationship he shared with his now ex-girlfriend that inspired his feature-length directorial debut, Bellflower. He sacrificed almost everything to make it, too. Glodell sold off his belongings to fund the film, and moved into an abandoned [...]
The British filmmaker revisits the homeless community in NYC’s Amtrak tunnels with the 10th year special edition release of Dark Days.
First the facts: Mike Mills is a 45-year-old creative polymath who began his career as a graphic designer with commissions from some of music’s coolest titans like the Beastie Boys, Air, Cibo Matto and Sonic Youth. Naturally, music videos and commercials soon followed. On the feature film front, Mills made his directorial debut in 2005 [...]
Usually, as the 11 days of the Cannes Film Festival carries on, a lethal mix of fatigue, bad temper, disappointments, envy, and excruciating hangovers befall all but the most indefatigable of optimists. Thankfully, it’s smoother sailing for those of us without press deadlines, even at the sight of a bursting inbox waving a white flag [...]
A conversation with the French actor about his latest film, The Princess of Montpensier, and working with Martin Scorsese and Gus Van Sant.
Danish filmmaker Susanne Bier has amassed quite the following in her native homeland over the past couple decades. More than 850,000 people in Denmark flocked to theaters for her 1999 breakout hit, The One and Only, which is truly remarkable in a country with some 5 million inhabitants. Despite her enduring obscurity elsewhere in the [...]
Timothy Saccenti’s all-encompassing body of work—music videos, still photography, commercials, short films and fine art projects—is often brushed with heavy strokes of a certain surreal eeriness that lurks beneath a disarmingly beautiful and polished exterior. Consider the creative polymath’s videos for Battles’ “Atlas” and Blonde Redhead’s “Not Getting There,” for instance, where the bands are [...]
In the pastoral landscapes of Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives, all forms of life are inextricably intertwined. The film concerns itself with complacent animals and mythical creatures as much as it does the affairs of human beings. The coexistence of such variant protagonists as an aging princess, a monkey/man hybrid, [...]
The native Iñupiat filmmaker returned to Sundance with his first full-length feature, a taut coming-of-age drama shot in his own backyard.
One of our current favorite music video directors takes us behind-the-scenes of Daft Punk’s “Derezzed.”
After stripping Matt & Kim down to their birthday suits in the middle of Times Square, Taylor Cohen gets Best Coast to perform at a quinceañera in “Boyfriend.”
Gaspar Noé is something of a filmmaker’s filmmaker. For one thing, the 46-year-old provocateur never sells himself short. He’s not pinned down by box office woes and doesn’t try to woo his way into conservative film circles. Remember the brutal 9-minute rape scene in his 2002 film? Sienna Miller put it thusly: “I couldn’t watch [...]
Most actors aren’t afforded a breakout year, let alone so early on in their career. Many who have them don’t survive them. And while the jury is still out on whether newcomer Ryan O’Nan is the real deal or not—all signs seem to point to yes. For a lot of under-the-radar actors of O’Nan’s caliber [...]
We hung out with the Brooklyn-based DJ/producer during his mini tour in L.A. to produce this truly epic profile video on the man.
Guillermo Arriaga, the Academy Award nominated screenwriter of Babel, takes the directorial seat with The Burning Plain.
Music video maestro Marc Webb makes a big splash this summer with his feature film debut.
Artist Josh Melnick transforms the NYC subway into a stunning ethereal landscape like you’ve never seen before with The 8 Train.
Timothy Saccenti cozies up with not one, but two of Brooklyn’s indie darlings—School of Seven Bells and Chairlift.
Anthem sits down with Swedish filmmaker Tomas Alfredson to discuss Let the Right One In.
We chat with director Keith Schofield, a quintessential voice of the “YouTube generation.”