Writer-Director Brady Corbet and Actress Natalie Portman discuss their intense operatic pop drama.
We chat with the cinematographer about the challenges of putting an audience on stage at ‘Live Aid,’ and capturing period-authentic lighting.
We chat with the actor and director about stripping gangsters to their emotional core.
“It all comes down to the story in the end, but then, there are so many ways to tell a story.”
Director Aneesh Chaganty and screenwriter Sev Ohanian reveal the proof-of-concept short film that convinced financers to put faith in their filmmaking.
We chat with director Michael Sparaga and Bjo and John Trimble, the two most important fans in pop culture history.
Bill Burr tells us about surfing the crowd, the power of double negatives, the KGB, and the new season of F is for Family.
The writer and director of Shudder’s new podcast discusses the art of storytelling and opportunities available to those willing to forge a path into new markets and mediums.
An interview with Armando Iannucci’s composer which starts in Soviet Russia and ends in Walt Disney World.
We chat with the director about confronting evil with naturalism, and casting a monster with a gorgeous man’s face.