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The director’s third feature harks back to her coming of age in a commune outside Santiago during Chile’s transition from the Pinochet dictatorship. She talks young collectives and her memories of place and 80s pop with Josh Slater-Williams.
Monday 27 May 2019
The co-directors of the sensational Colombian drug-trafficking drama talk to Kaleem Aftab about capitalism, cultural sensitivity, Sergio Leone and the significance of colour.
Tuesday 21 May 2019
In his first year in the role, the seventh artistic director of the festival’s parallel indie programme discusses the pressures of continuity, change and gender parity with James Lattimer.
Thursday 16 May 2019
The artist-filmmaker tells Helen de Witt how he came to make an essay film about Paul Lynde, the unforgettable voice of Hanna-Barbera baddies in the 60s and 70s.
Helen de Witt
Tuesday 23 April 2019
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Us, Jordan Peele’s horrifyingly entertaining follow-up to Get Out, is an allegorical portrait of the state of the Union, set in a sun-kissed California peopled with evil doppelgangers – an ingenious vision that offers a tantalising array of interpretations. He talks to Simran Hans.
Friday 22 March 2019
The filmmaker’s eloquent new documentary explores the subject of urban development and Westernisation in Ethiopia through the eyes of one captivating ten-year-old boy. She tells Caitlin Quinlan why she found the perfect expression of her theme in a child’s games.
Wednesday 13 March 2019
One of India’s best-loved and garlanded actors is now hitting the headlines for his outspoken political views. Amitabh Pal spoke to him about his cinematic inspirations, refusing to back down and why the wage inequality in the industry still offends him.
Friday 15 February 2019
When a documentary subject suddenly had to start looking after his elderly grandmother, the filmmakers followed him and his brothers through this new, often painful challenge instead. The result is a remarkably warm and sensitive movie. Sophie Brown spoke to one fo the directors.
Thursday 7 February 2019
The director’s latest work is a typically gruelling eight-hour documentary about the brutal regime in Chairman Mao’s re-education camps. He talks to Arjun Sajip about tracking down survivors, gaining their trust and fighting for the freedom to tell their story.
Thursday 13 December 2018
Filipino directors Shireen Seno and John Torres tell Matt Turner why they consider hosting workshops and curating screenings to be as central to their practice as producing new films.
Friday 23 November 2018
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