“Stupidity is the Only Big Risk”: Chevalier Writer/Director Athina Rachel Tsangari on Power, Greece and Filmmaking without Rules


Athina Tsangari is a director and producer whose films examine the negotiation of power. While they span genres and approaches, her pictures — including her latest, Chevalier — are consistently organized around this theme. Chevalier takes place on a boat in…  Read more

By May 27, 2016

“Why Don’t We Just Make it Seven-and-a-Half Hours?” Director Ezra Edelman on O.J.: Made in America

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If you are in New York City or Los Angeles, go see Ezra Edelman’s epic, important, masterful seven and a half hour documentary O.J.: Made in America in a theater. Yes, if you cannot see this film in the theaters…  Read more

By May 20, 2016

Five Questions for Almost Holy Director Steve Hoover

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In the early 2000s, amid political turmoil in the Ukraine, a pastor named Gennadiy Mokhnenko battled child homelessness and drug addiction using unorthodox methods. The controversial pastor abducted homeless children, many of whom suffered drug addiction, and forcibly brought them to Pilgrim Republic,…  Read more

By May 20, 2016

Directors Frida and Lasse Barkfors on Their Complex Portrait of a Sex Offender Community, Pervert Park

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When first-time filmmakers Frida and Lasse Barkfors read an article in a Danish newspaper about a community of sex offenders living in Florida they immediately wanted to go there. Traveling from Scandinavia to Florida they were surprised by the place…  Read more

By May 20, 2016

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