One on One
Festival’s director of film Janet Pierson talks convergence, TV, politics.
A Fantastic Woman premiered in competition at the Berlinale. Scooped up by Sony Pictures Classics at the start of the festival, the film has won Berlin’s Teddy Award for LGBT-themed films.
Alex Lawther stars in the story of a teenager who, despite attending an ultra-conservative high school, makes the decision to run for homecoming queen.
Director Potter talks latest film, which stars Cillian Murphy and Kristin Scott Thomas, and prejudice against female directors.
I Am Not Your Negro director talks Karl Marx and Hollywood diversity.
Francis Lee, winner of the best director prize in Sundance’s World Cinema Dramatic Competition, talks to Wendy Mitchell about God’s Own Country, screening in Berlin’s Panorama.
Actor and director Tucci talks Geoffrey Rush-starring Giacometti film, arthouse versus blockbuster roles, and his toughest performance.
French filmmaker Comar discusses his debut feature as a director, which opened the 2017 Berlin film festival.
US production powerhouse CEO talks to Jeremy Kay about the impact the company’s new deal with Lionsgate International will have on its strategy.
Davis and Denzel Washington talk to Elbert Wyche about their lasting impressions of the Oscar-nominated Fences - first on stage and now on film.
Emerging Indian writer-director talks largely improvised female-focused road movie, which is world premiering in Rotterdam.
New film from Israeli film-maker Hagar Ben-Asher revolves around a lonely girl whose life is turned around after her apartment is burgled.
The Emmy-winning creator of Transparent won the directing award at Sundance 2013 for her debut feature Afternoon Delight and talks about her return to Park City with the first three episodes of the Amazon Studios series I Love Dick.