Interviews

Every once in a while, someone interesting will agree to speak with us. Here you will find more than 15-years of archived interviews with producers, filmmakers, actors, below-the-line creatives, legends, and more.

We are also currently the host of two recurring interview series:

Browse our latest interviews below

Godzilla Vs Kong

Max Borenstein on the Rules of Writing ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’

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In our interview with the screenwriter, he talks about working with two iconic characters and why the humans are now co-stars more than ever.

Godzilla Vs Kong Adam Wingard

Adam Wingard on Shooting ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ as an Immersive 800 MPH Brawl

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We chat with the director about attaching cameras to fins and fists and why these two titans reign over all others.

WandaVision Visual Effects

Why the ‘WandaVision’ Visual Effects Team Went Blue for Vision

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We chat with VFX Supervisor Tara DeMarco about the challenges of capturing a physical performance in a digital construct.

Russo Brothers Cherry

Anthony Russo Explains How Six Tones are Better than One in ‘Cherry’

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We chat with the director about his new film and how he and his brother jumbled genres to capture life in chaos.

Roseanne Liang Shadow In The Cloud

Roseanne Liang Wants to Live and Die Making Action Movies

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From her days in film school in New Zealand to most recently shooting monster action, she has always had action movies in her DNA. 

Craig Brewer Filmography

How Craig Brewer Went from Couch Surfing to ‘Coming 2 America’

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We talk to the filmmaker about his career, the truth about ‘Hustle & Flow,’ and his work with Eddie Murphy.

Wandavision Jess Hall Cinematography

How They Shot ‘WandaVision’ with One Camera and 47 Lenses

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We chat with cinematographer Jess Hall about the process of duplicating seven television eras for the Marvel series.

The Empty Man Th Century Fox

How David Prior’s ‘The Empty Man’ Survived the Perfect Hollywood Storm

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We talk to the filmmaker about the unfortunate fate of his ambitious horror fIlm.

Cherry Henry Jackman Apple Tv

Henry Jackman Cooks Musical Chaos in His Laboratory for ‘Cherry’

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We chat with the composer about embracing instrumental instability to craft the ambiguous score sought by The Russo Brothers.