Event Horizon: Gaspar Noe on His Devastating End-of-Life Drama, Vortex

Dario Argento and Françoise Lebrun in VortexDario Argento and Françoise Lebrun in Vortex

In 2012, after months in Buenos Aires helping care for his Alzheimer’s-afflicted mother, Gaspar Noé traveled to Cannes and saw Michael Haneke’s Amour, about a husband dealing with his wife’s stroke. “Oh my god, I cried watching that movie,” he…  Read more

By Apr 14, 2022

O, Vengeance! — Robert Eggers on His Bloody Viking Epic, The Northman

Alexander Skarsgård in Robert Eggers’s The NorthmanAlexander Skarsgård in The Northman (Photo: Aidan Monaghan / © 2022 Focus Features, LLC)

Soft-spoken but direct in his goals, Robert Eggers is dedicated to precise historical accuracy—even though the filmmaking process can prove painful. The director’s previous two films, the 19th century-set The Lighthouse and the 17th century horror film The Witch, were…  Read more

By Apr 14, 2022

Revolutionary Song

Neptune FrostNeptune Frost (courtesy of Kino Lorber)

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By Apr 14, 2022

The Music Inside: Siân Heder on Her Oscar-Winning CODA

Emilia Jones in CODA (courtesy of Apple+)

Filmmaker’s interview with Coda director Siân Heder originally appeared in our Summer, 2021 print edition, and is being reposted today following the film’s winning Best Picture, Best Supporting Actor and Best Adapted Screenplay at the 2022 Academy Awards. — Editor…  Read more

By Mar 28, 2022

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