Interviews - Actors


“Help a Director Out as an Actor by Being a Good Soldier”: Jason Batemen on The Family Fang

Christopher Walken, Maryann Plunkett, Jason Bateman and Nicole Kidman in The Family FangChristopher Walken, Maryann Plunkett, Jason Bateman and Nicole Kidman in The Family Fang

After more than 30 years on screen — from his baby-faced days on Little House on the Prairie to his work on Arrested Development — Jason Bateman directed his first feature in 2013 with Bad Words. He now returns behind the camera with…  Read more

By Apr 28, 2016

Sexploitation Star Kitten Natividad on Russ Meyer, Roger Ebert, Porn and the Hot Docs-premiering League of Exotique Dancers

Kitten NatividadKitten Natividad

Rama Rau’s League of Exotique Dancers is an absolutely delightful and lovingly crafted doc structured around a group of legendary striptease artists as they prepare to return to the stage for the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend in Las Vegas…  Read more

By Apr 28, 2016

“People Assume That I am ‘Isabelle'”: Isabelle Huppert on the Metaphysical Desert Drama, Valley of Love

Valley of LoveValley of Love

Playing divorced parents embarking on a strange journey into Death Valley, Isabelle Huppert and Gérard Depardieu bring an easy chemistry and rich shared experience to Guillaume Nicloux’s Valley of Love, opening today in the States from Strand. They both play famous…  Read more

By Mar 25, 2016

“The Original Pitch Couldn’t Be Said in Less than a Thousand Words”: Robert Greene and Kate Lyn Sheil on Kate Plays Christine

Kate Lyn SheilKate Lyn Sheil

After winning the Special Jury Prize in the U.S. Documentary Competition at Sundance, filmmaker Robert Greene and actress Kate Lyn Sheil arrived in Berlin for their international premiere of Kate Plays Christine. Of the 44 titles slated in Berlinale’s Forum,…  Read more

By Mar 3, 2016

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