The directorial debut of screenwriter James Schamus, INDIGNATION enriches the Philip Roth source material with an old-fashioned sensibility.
KEDI is an endearing portrait of the history of Istanbul, told with minimal dialogue and sentiment through the eyes of its cats.
We spoke to Junfeng Boo, director of APPRENTICE, about the ramifications of capital punishment in Singapore, its shared colonial history with Australia, and his choice to shoot in NSW gaols.
Olivier Assayas teams up again with Kristen Stewart for the fascinating PERSONAL SHOPPER, a film about mortality, closure and high-end fashion.
We spoke to Roger Ross Williams, Academy Governor for Documentary, about the making of his new feature LIFE, ANIMATED, his past work in journalism and his ambitions for documentary filmmaking.
The latest film from the Ross Brothers is CONTEMPORARY COLOR, a wonderfully observed portrait of music and dance.
Paul Verhoeven’s first feature in ten years is a brutal film that offers its audience an intelligent, unconventional treatment of contemporary social taboos.
We spoke to Australian director Sean Byrne about his new horror feature, THE DEVIL’S CANDY, and his overall approach to the genre.
We spoke to Matt Johnson, director of OPERATION AVALANCHE, about his DIY filmmaking style and the perils of funding in Canada and abroad.
Laura Israel’s documentary coaxes legendary artist Robert Frank out from behind the camera, but the result is underdeveloped and unfocused.