“There’s So Much Darkness, So Much Room to Dream”: David Lynch on Lost Highway

Lost Highway

The following interview with David Lynch appeared in Filmmaker‘s Winter, 1997 issue, and is being posted online today, David Lynch’s birthday, for the first time. An audacious return to feature filmmaking after his underrated Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me,…  Read more

By Jan 20, 2021

“I Wanted to Infuse the Film with a Musical Storyline”: Writer/Director Haroula Rose on the Original Soundtrack to Her Once Upon a River

Putting together the perfect soundtrack for a film is its own art form. It’s a task that most often makes use of existing tunes and can achieve an almost magical symbiosis with the images onscreen. Think of Leonard Cohen’s ballads…  Read more

By Jan 12, 2021

Braking and Entering: Director David Cronenberg on His Austere and Unnerving J.G. Ballard Adaptation, Crash

James Spader in Crash (Photo: Criterion)

The following interview with David Cronenberg about his film Crash originally appeared as the cover story of Filmmaker‘s Winter, 1997 edition. With Crash having just been rereleased in a new restoration by Criterion, it is being republished online for the…  Read more

By Jan 5, 2021

“What Does It Mean When We’re Working in 360?”: Kornél Mundruczó and Kata Wéber on Pieces of a Woman

Molly Parker and Vanessa Kirby in Pieces of a Woman (Photo: Benjamin Loeb/Netflix)

While the arrival of a newborn child can strengthen a couple’s relationship, the loss of one can accentuate fissures that were already there. Hungarian filmmaker Kornél Mundruczó’s Pieces of a Woman is an emotionally high-pitched study of the PTSD that results…  Read more

By Jan 5, 2021

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