William Oldroyd and Thomasin McKenzie discuss sympathising with a young woman caught between fantasy and reality in the adaptation of Ottessa Moshfegh’s Eileen.
Can love be determined by an algorithm? In our interview with director Christos Nikou, he scratches below the surface of his sci-fi romance, Fingernails.
Director Fawzia Mirza and actress Nimra Bucha on their generational dramedy The Queen of my Dreams and what it means when the queen is not what she seems.
Is Nordic comedy of ‘bad’ manners The Hypnosis a story of a woman’s liberation and coming-of-age? Or is it a dream about entitled and privileged rebellion?
Filmmaking should be carnivorous, made from “the flesh of the actors” says French provocateur Catherine Breilla as she discusses her thriller, Last Summer.
Director Christian Sparkes and actors Clayne Crawford and Alix West Lefler discuss the mystery The King Tide during its World Premiere at TIFF 2023.
If we listen closely enough to the knocking on the wall, we can hear the anguished whispers of a stronger story caught in the web of Cobweb’s weaker one.
Small Axe fuses the political and poetic and reminds that oppression does not define communities; it is one element of a much richer cultural tapestry and emotional terrain.
Director Rebecca Zlotowski talks with PopMatters about her most autobiographical film to date, Other People’s Children, which has a “whiff” of Claude Sautet about it.