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

SXSW Interview: ‘Alexander the Last’ Director Joe Swanberg

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In an exclusive interview Joe Swanberg talks to us about Alexander the Last, the current state of mumblecore and simultaneously premiering the film at SXSW and on-demand.

Interview: The Minds Behind ‘I Love You, Man’ Have the Balls to Talk to Us

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Producer Donald De Line and Writer/Director John Hamburg discuss I Love You, Man, film school rejection, and the fine art of O.J. Simpson memorabilia collecting.

In Search of an Interview with Scoot McNairy

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We got a chance to talk to the star of In Search of a Midnight Kiss and, now, Independent Spirit Award Winner Scoot McNairy about love and loss in Los Angeles.

Interview: Steve Coogan – Mighty Defender of Indie Film

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The brilliant British actor took some time out from his hosting prep to talk to us about the world of indie film, his role at the Independent Spirit Awards, and a few details about his recurring role as a 3-inch tall figurine.

Exclusive: Tom Tykwer Goes International

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Edward Douglas had a chance to sit down with Tom Tykwer, director of The International while he was in New York to talk about the movie for this exclusive interview found only on Film School Rejects.

Darren Aronofsky Pins Us Before Body Slamming Awards Season

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“Ultimately, the film is about a guy who wants to be loved.”

Marisa Tomei Bundles Up and Strips Down to Tell Us About The Wrestler

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Cole Abaius suppresses his longstanding crush just enough to be professional while speaking to the co-star of praise-magnet, The Wrestler

Exclusive: Michael Rapaport and The Directors of ‘Special’ Talk Superpowers and Cinematic Middle Fingers

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Does it make you a pervert if you choose Invisibility over Flight? Yes. But it doesn’t keep you from making a great film.

Charlie Kaufman Depresses Us and Talks About ‘Synecdoche, NY’

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Charlie Kaufman takes our minds through a tornado, discusses his new film, and teaches us that we’re all going to die.