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Sound and vision make the past feel like science fiction in the new film from Lucrecia Martel, an intoxicating period drama set in colonial South America. Here Martel explains her use of time, and what makes Zama tick.
Thursday 24 May 2018
Director Dominic Cooke counsels the troubled couple of his new film of Ian McEwan’s acclaimed novel On Chesil Beach, and tells us why so much filmmaking today is doomed to compromise.
Friday 18 May 2018
The Oscar-winning director of The Artist has traded the silent era for the French New Wave in his new comic portrait of its most notorious auteur. But what did it take to channel Jean-Luc?
Friday 11 May 2018
Beast is a Jersey-set serial killer thriller with fairy-tale rhythms. Director Michael Pearce talks to us about playing with genre and taking inspiration from David Attenborough.
Monday 23 April 2018
It may be set in Bulgaria, but Western has both feet planted in the classic cowboy movie tradition. Now it’s being acclaimed as one the films of the year, but what brought director Valeska Grisebach back out of the wilderness?
Friday 13 April 2018
Forget Netflix – the cinema is the place for immersive docs like Even When I Fall, the story of a circus set up by survivors of child trafficking. Producer Elhum Shakerifar explains why.
Tuesday 10 April 2018
Director Robin Campillo reveals some of the films that helped fire his inspiration for 120 BPM, his defiant new drama about AIDs activist group ACT UP.
Friday 6 April 2018
“I just felt that, for all the movies centred around boxing, nobody had really explored the theme of head injury.”
Wednesday 28 March 2018
In our in-depth interview, South African director John Trengove tackles the controversies surrounding his provocative circumcision-ritual drama The Wound.
Wednesday 14 March 2018
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