Eunice Huthart on the Physical Revolution Required for ‘The Rise of Skywalker’

We chat with the stunt coordinator about the daily sacrifice committed by the actors, and how pleasure and pain become…

Brett Haley on the Knee-jerk Filmmaking Required for ‘All the Bright Places’

We chat with the director about the connective power of cinema, and why we all need it right now.

Neal Scanlan On Making the Monsters and Cuddly Critters of ‘Star Wars’

We talk with the creature and special make-up effects creative supervisor about his passionate journey on 'The Rise of Skywalker.'

We Can’t Escape ‘King Kong’

We talk to 'King Kong' expert Ray Morton about the inescapable attraction of the 1933 film.

Kelly Reichardt on How ‘First Cow’ Questions the Myth of America’s Roots

We get insight into Kelly Reichardt's process for making some of the most American films ever made.

The Daughter of Fay Wray Explains the Grip of ‘King Kong’ on Cinema

We talk with Victoria Riskin about her mother's experience on 'King Kong' and how the film permeated their lives and…

The Wilderness of ‘Wendy’: A Conversation with Benh Zeitlin

"No one had ever made anything like this before..."

Talking the Speed Metal Blitzkrieg of Shooting ‘VFW’ with the Director and Cast

We chat with director Joe Begos and stars Stephen Lang, William Sadler, and Martin Kove about the bliss of shooting…

How ‘Jojo Rabbit’ Went from Bleak Novel to Vibrant Satire

We got together with Mihai M─âlaimare Jr. to discuss the cinematography of Jojo Rabbit, the collaborative process that comes with…

Floria Sigismondi Wants to Make Every Breath Count

'The Turning' director Floria Sigismondi on her life in the arts, Federico Fellini, and her life-changing collaborations with David Bowie…