Ana Lily Amirpour

“Making a film is like putting on a perfume — you see who it attracts,” says Los Angeles-based writer/director Ana Lily Amirpour, whose “Iranian vampire spaghetti western” A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night has been amassing passionate devotees since its premiere at Sundance this year. “I make films to make friends,” Amirpour continues. “It’s just me, lonely, trying to figure out how to be a human being. When making a film, something in your brain caves: you invite people in and those people are part of it for a while. And then you’re done, it’s over, and you have … Continue reading Ana Lily Amirpour