Filmmakers Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert on the many possibilities within Asian mothers as seen in their sci-fi comedy Everything Everywhere All at Once.
Red Rocket Simon Rex talks about the pleasures of working with director Sean Baker and non-actors, and his role as a narcissistic, delusional, sociopath.
In a world where everybody knows that Peter Parker is Spider-Man, universes are bound to go crazy, and that makes Spider-Man: No Way Home fantastic entertainment.
Stephen Park has been brought into Wes Anderson’s exclusive filmmaking troupe for The French Dispatch in a role that was written specifically for him.
Denis Villeneuve talks about how fear can “mind kill” directors. But creating the epic Dune for cinema wasn’t scary at all — that’s just creative pressure.
Sofia Coppola's domestic malaise comedy On the Rocks doesn't drown in its sorrows -- it simply pours another round, to which we raise our glass.
Director Gurinder Chadha and author/journalist Sarfraz Manzoor discuss the culture clash that inspired their film, ‘Blinded by the Light’.
Why don't we have more immigrant stories in film? Lulu Wang talks with PopMatters about fighting to tell her story, her way, and how that came to fruition in her latest film, The Farewell.