We spoke to John Carroll Lynch about the filming Lucky as an intimate piece about Stanton’s life, working with a cast and crew devoted to the actor, and making a film about mortality in such proximity to reality.
We spoke to Wang Bing about the briefness, ethical dilemmas, and process behind Mrs. Fang at Locarno Film Festival, where it went on to take out the top prize.
Jeremy Elphick speaks with Ben Russell about his film GOOD LUCK, his lengthy relationship with Suriname, and the experience of shooting for the first time in Serbia.
We spoke with Annemarie Jacir about the capturing conflict on screen, making films about Palestinian identity, and how the country’s film scene has developed in recent years.
At Locarno, Jeremy Elphick spoke to SCARY MOTHER team Ana Urushadze and Nata Murvanidze about the filmmaking process in Georgia, the hurdles in acquiring funding, and the dynamics of directing a feature and working with a large crew at young age.
At Locarno 70, Jeremy Elphick spoke at length with director Valérie Massadian, whose latest film MILLA took home the festival’s special jury prize.
We spoke to up with Gürcan Keltek at Locarno Film Festival about filming in zones of conflict, how he perceives his work, and his hopes to screen the film in Turkey.
Jeremy Elphick spoke to French filmmaker Olivier Assayas at Locarno Film Festival, where he served as the head of the jury for the International Competition.
Jeremy Elphick speaks with director Denis Côté, whose unique bodybuilding film A Skin So Soft screened this month at Locarno Film Festival and Melbourne International Film Festival.
Jeremy Elphick speaks with Nelson Carlo De Los Santos Arias, whose debut feature is one of the most original and striking works at Locarno this year.