One on One
For his 20th feature, Past Life, film-maker Avi Nesher examines how a father’s complicated past haunts his family.
The Spanish film-maker, who has the Jurassic World sequel next, discusses blending reality with fantasy elements in his third feature.
Indian film-maker talks about his narrative debut, which premiered in Busan’s New Currents competition, and the state of filmmaking in northeast India.
Tammy H. Nam, CEO of global streaming service Viki.com, explains how the site’s avid community of subtitling fans is helping content to travel and break emerging talent.
Mariano Cohn and Gastón Duprat discuss Argentina’s Oscar entry, a Spain-Argentina co-production which won star Oscar Martinez the best actor award in Venice.
Singaporean director discusses his prison drama, which premiered at Cannes and is Singapore’s submission to this year’s Oscar race.
Director discusses his Kara Wai-starring action thriller, which world premieres in Busan.
Director Zhang discusses the project’s origins and shooting on a tight schedule.
Una premeired at Telluride and will play in Official Competition at LFF next month.
Bangalore-based film-maker Pawan Kumar, who recently sold his feature U-Turn to Netflix, explains how he used crowdfunding and digital distribution to launch his first three films.
LBJ star talks politics, playing chess with Václav Havel and the possibility of donning Lycra.
Veteran producer talks to Screen as he receives a lifetime achievement award from Zurich Film Festival.
Indian film-maker’s debut feature plays in TIFF’s Special Presentations strand.
Director discusses his sixth feature, which plays this week at TIFF.
The ringmaster of Ryerson tells Jeremy Kay about overseeing the two programmes that tend to attract the late night crowd and those in search of something very different.
The Korean film-maker discusses Warner Bros Korea’s first local-language production, and expresses his thoughts on changes in the local industry.
French director François Ozon explains how his black and white post-World War One melodrama Frantz has a contemporary resonance in the age of Brexit and rising nationalism across Europe.
Israeli director Rama Burshtein talks about the religious and secular inspirations behind her new film Through The Wall.
Described by Alberto Barbera as Pasolini-esque, competition title The Blind Christ is generating heat.
Jen Handorf talks about the demise of Metrodome, the Blumhouse effect and a potential bursting of an “independent film bubble”.