“To Remove What Feels Electronic in the Image”: While We’re Young DP Sam Levy

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Early in writer/director Noah Baumbach’s latest effort While We’re Young, the film presents a montage of its 40-something protagonists (Ben Stiller and Naomi Watts) transfixed by the glowing screens of their digital devices, juxtaposed against a younger couple they’ve recently…  Read more


“Everyone Wants to Think Their Child could be President”: Morgan Krantz on Babysitter


Writer/director Morgan Krantz’s first feature Babysitter was accepted into SXSW as a work in progress, so Krantz was working on it until the very week it premiered. “It was hot off the presses, and suddenly it was on the big…  Read more


“It Was a Bit of a Rough Ride”: David Robert Mitchell on It Follows

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Writer/director David Robert Mitchell has only released two films, but he has already shown himself to be a fascinating and diverse filmmaker. His first outing, 2010’s Myth of the American Sleepover, was a simple teen drama following a bunch of…  Read more


“For Every Kink, There is a Case”: Anja Marquardt on She’s Lost Control

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The erotic meets the clinical in German director Anja Marquardt’s debut feature, She’s Lost Control, a quietly intense portrait of two characters brought together by deeply personal physical and internal deficiencies. Ronah (Brooke Bloom) is a graduate student doubling as a professional…  Read more