One on One
Rising Canadian outfit Black Fawn Films discuss their Fantasia world premiere Bed Of The Dead and challenges and opportunities in the genre space today.
Screen spoke to director Triin Ruumet and others from the young Estonian production company to talk about the Karlovy Vary win for the film The Days That Confused.
Daniel Abma’s Transit Havana is a remarkably honest account of the Cuban transgender community as it follows three protagonists preparing to undergo life-changing surgery.
The Canadian director discusses his sophomore feature, which debuts in competition at Karlovy Vary International Film Festival.
The director of The Broken Circle Breakdown talks to Screen about Future Frames and screening his latest film at Karlovy Vary.
The rising Russian director talks to Screen about his drama centred on a woman who grows a tail.
Attilla Till’s Kills On Wheels opens the East of the West competition at the 51st Karlovy Vary International Film Festival with a bang.
The Polish director talks to Screen about his feature debut, which will screen in Karlovy Vary’s International Competition
Kirsten Johnson is an acclaimed documentary cinematographer who has travelled the globe for 25 years with leading documentary film-makers including Laura Poitras and Michael Moore.
James Spinney and Peter Middleton have lived and breathed Notes on Blindness - a cross-platform project that details a professor’s descent into blindness - since its humble beginnings as a short film series that was developed in 2010.
Placing the viewer in a boat of migrants travelling from Turkey to Greece, the virtual reality experience marks a first for both the BBC and Aardman.
Kriegman discusses his documentary Weiner, which he co-directed with Elyse Steinberg, about the mayoral campaign of Anthony Weiner.
The producer and co-founder of New Artists Alliance talks to Alec Govi about the documentary about California’s juvenile sentencing laws and the people they affect.
Ahead of the world premiere on June 4 at the Los Angeles Film Festival, the Bahamian talks to Jeremy Kay about her high-stakes follow-up to her Toronto 2008 selection Rain.
The director and co-writer of The Greasy Strangler discuss their gross-out comedy.