Posts Tagged ‘SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL’
The actress on the arrival of artificially intelligent actors, the unmatched thrill of first-time directors, and thriving on “productive fear.”
The actresses on the taboo of death, their perfect film ending, and Natalie Erika James’s Sundance horror breakout Relic.
The fresh-faced actor on his early beginnings, “living truthfully under imaginary circumstances,” and responsible storytelling.
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 Sundance Grand Jury Prize winners on how they first met, their “no blueprint” formula, and their documentary Dina.
The Sundance and SXSW alumnus on spinning fact and fiction, his feature debut Take Me to the River, and his list of top ten movies.
The Cambodian filmmaker’s award-winning A River Changes Course takes a dispassionate look at globalization quagmire.
The next big thing in American independent film on separating fact from fiction, post-Katrina Louisiana and his wildly inventive debut feature, Beasts of the Southern Wild.
The acclaimed director on his latest film, Red Lights, the meteoric rise of Elizabeth Olsen and his philosophy as a filmmaker.
Anthem caught up with Quentin Dupieux to discuss The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, the ups and downs of making commercials, and the origins of his wicked sense of humor.
New Girl’s breakout star on his latest film Safety Not Guaranteed, Lynn Shelton’s directorial methods and what to expect from the “Jake Johnson Suite” at the Sixth Avenue Inn in Seattle.
The accomplished actor talks to Anthem about his latest film, For Ellen, tight jeans and working with a young, untrained actress.
The festival’s “it girl” on her hip-hop influences, Latino stereotypes in Hollywood and her breakthrough performance as Filly Brown.
The stars of Keep the Lights On discuss sex, addiction and the funny things that happen when you shoot a movie in New York City.