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:
Film historian and TCM host Alicia Malone discusses what makes ‘Women Make Film’ different from other film documentaries and what we can learn from old movies.
We chat with the ‘Lovecraft Country’ cinematographer Michael Watson about how he rooted his frame in history while never betraying the fantastical elements of the series.
In our interview with the filmmaker, she discusses updating ‘Mulan’ for contemporary audiences by going back to its legendary roots.
We talk to the cast and crew of ‘Bill & Ted Face the Music’ about the philosophical power of excellence and partying on.
We chat with cinematographer Jonathan Freeman about how he manipulated distance literally and metaphorically for the new Apple TV+ series ‘Defending Jacob.’
We chat with cinematographer Jay Keitel about the playful variety of cameras used to capture anxiety in ‘She Dies Tomorrow.’
We chat with the Emmy-nominated cinematographer about blending the emotions of her characters with her locations.
We chat with Daniel Kraus about his collaboration (posthumously) with George A. Romero, and how ‘The Living Dead’ contains every element you expect from the director’s films.
In this interview, filmmaker Liz Garbus discusses the making of her hit docuseries I’ll Be Gone in the Dark and the state of the true crime genre.