Pablo Helman on the Revelatory Performance Capture of ‘The Irishman’

We chat with the Oscar-nominated visual effects supervisor about the new process in which he replicated human performances digitally.

York Shackleton on the Educated Compromises of ‘Disturbing the Peace’

We chat with the director about accepting compromise but never losing vision on set.

Creating the World of ‘The Rise of Skywalker’ with Editor Maryann Brandon

According to one of J.J. Abrams' most trusted long-time collaborators, crafting this vital final chapter in pop culture history presents…

Darius Khondji on Ditching His Comfort Zone to Shoot ‘Uncut Gems’

We chat with the cinematographer about accomplishing the grit of 'Uncut Gems' and how it pushed him unlike any other…

Jon Avnet and Walton Goggins on Embracing Mercy Through Perception in ‘Three Christs’

We talk with the director and actor about inhabiting a delusional headspace and our country's desperate demand for care.

David Wingo on the Ugly and Corrupted Score of ‘The Report’

We chat with the composer about the freedom of building from a temporary score and the crucial nature of collaboration.

Eben Bolter on the Terror and Pleasure of Multi-Camera Filmmaking in ‘Avenue 5’

We chat with the cinematographer about the tools required to shoot a cinematic, sci-fi comedy series.

Peter Strickland on the High Street Terror of ‘In Fabric’

We chat with the filmmaker about the magic of retail and the haunting graveyard that stores have become.

‘The Expanse’ Showrunner Naren Shankar on Creating The Look of Season 4

From science to science fiction, showrunner Naren Shankar discusses the joy of working on a hard sci-fi show like 'The…

‘Knives Out’ Director Rian Johnson on Making a Whodunit for the Modern World

The filmmaker behind Looper and Star Wars: The Last Jedi walks us through crafting a sharp-tongued mystery, his love of Agatha Christie, and casting…