Tope Ogundare spoke to French director Jacques Audiard about working with American actors, why he’s steering clear of Netflix and his upcoming musical.
2019 saw the release of two documentaries about the Indigenous former Australian Rules football player, Adam Goodes, and the nation which loves and hates him, Australia.
French artist and filmmaker Philippe Grandrieux’s new exhibition in Hong Kong has an uncanny resonance with the protest movement in the city.
Jeremy Elphick speaks with George Gittoes about living in Englewood, Chicago to film his latest documentary, White Light.
Luke Goodsell speaks with Karyn Kusama on the 10th anniversary of her cult classic.
This surprisingly conventional pseudo-biopic of German artist Gerhard Richter turns provocative art into middlebrow kitsch.
hajooj kuka speaks about the recent protests and revolution in Sudan, as well as capturing a different side to the conflict in his latest feature, aKasha.
Kleber Mendonça Filho and Juliano Dornelles discuss the region, sociopolitical contexts and the political trends in Brazil that inspired the Western-influenced Bacurau.
While in Sydney to present Dirty God at the 2019 Sydney Film Festival, director Sacha Polak and star Vicky Knight speak to Jessica Ellicott about the film and its reception.
Luke Lorentzen’s excellent observational documentary shines a light on the operators of a private ambulance in Mexico City.
We speak to Australian director Samuel Van Grinsven ahead of the world premiere of his debut feature Sequin in a Blue Room.