The Argentine director talks about his hit Wild Tales and his ambitious sci-fi four-film project The Foreigner.
Spanish Oscar-winning director, Fernando Trueba was the subject of the Binger/Screen International Interview at the Holland Film Meeting in Utrecht this weekend.
The upcoming Belgian director talks to Screen about making the move to US films and working with stars like Tom Hardy and the late James Gandolfini.
In Zurich opening night film Get On Up, US director Tate Taylor tells the story of legendary showman James Brown.
Spanish director Gabe Ibáñez is in Zurich with star Antonio Banderas to present new sci-fi film Automata.
The Oscar-winning actor and Laika CEO, lead animator and producer talk about family feature The Boxtrolls.
Artistic director Karl Spoerri talks to Michael Rosser about big plans for Zurich Film Festival’s 10th anniversary, including a new festival centre
The director and chair of the selection committee at NYFF talks to Jeremy Kay about why world premieres aren’t the name of the game, Martin Scorsese and a certain Edward Snowden documentary.
The Fantastic Fest world premiere is a Danish crime thriller that offers a big scale and more complex topics than the first film in the Department Q series, The Keeper of Lost Causes.
Some 50 international funds to attend Power to the Pixel: The Cross-Media Forum in October.
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