Category: Interviews

We Talk to ‘The Meg’ Director Jon Turteltaub About Making His Big Shark Movie

From being a Film School Reject to adapting Steve Alten's long in development book, we…

RKSS Reclaims Their Misspent Youth in ‘Summer of 84’

We chat with the trilogy of filmmakers that comprise one of the most unique points…

Sound Editor Trevor Gates Talks Emmy Noms and Horror Scenes that Freak Him Out

Trevor Gates talks the power of sound, "Teddy Perkins," and the most disturbing movie moments…

‘Skate Kitchen,’ Kick-Flips and the Art of Almost Playing Yourself

We interview the filmmaker and stars of 'Skate Kitchen,' this summer's best film about skateboard…

‘Generation Wealth’ Cinematographer Shana Hagan on How Cinematography Requires Human Connection

We talk to her about the intimate process of documentary filmmaking, her experience on set…

Issa López on ‘Tigers are Not Afraid,’ Her Journey to Advocating for Others, and Finding Herself

She achieved success creating commercial films but found her voice with this indie masterpiece.

Luke Sparke on Delivering the Blockbuster Devastation of ‘Occupation’ Through Low-Budget Means

We chat with the Australian filmmaker about translating his wild imagination into manageable sci-fi terrors.

Producer Gail Barringer on Striking the Perfect Balance in ‘Luke Cage’

We talk to Gail Barringer about how 'Luke Cage' blends an engaging story with an…

Returning to ‘Eighth Grade’ With Bo Burnham

Part non-fiction, part horror, Eighth Grade captures what it is to be unsure of yourself.