Director Interviews


You Can Go Home Again: Alfonso Cuarón On Sound, Vision and Memory In Roma


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By Dec 17, 2018

6,500 Kilometers in 29 Shooting Days: Jérôme Reybaud on 4 Days in France

The start to finish route of 4 Days in France (Drawing by Sylvia Savadjian)

I wrote a little bit about 4 Days in France yesterday; a few hours after publishing, I went to meet writer/director Jérôme Reybaud to follow up on some particular points of interest. Some basic plot points about this recommended quasi-romance/road trip narrative:…  Read more

By Aug 4, 2017

“You Try to Find the Beauty, Shoot It and Move On”: John G. Young on His Microbudget Drama, Bwoy


As Brad, a grief-stricken closeted gay man in upstate New York who becomes increasingly obsessed with a younger Jamaica man (Jimmy Brooks) he meets in an online meat market, Anthony Rapp (Star Trek: Discovery, Rent) is fantastic in writer-director John…  Read more

By Jun 23, 2017

Five Questions for Nobody’s Watching Director Julia Solomonoff

Guillermo Pfening in Nobody's Watching

In Julia Solomonoff’s third narrative feature, Nobody’s Watching, Guillermo Pfening plays Nico, an established Argentine actor in New York who has overstayed his visa in hopes of a promised film role and a new chance at life. But the idea…  Read more

By May 24, 2017

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