Click to Skip Ad
Closing in...
Celebrating 17 Years of Film.Biz.Fans.

Interviews

  • Indiewire
    0 comments
    tweet
    0

    Authenticity, Intimacy and Realism: Cherien Dabis Talks "Amreeka"

    EDITORS NOTE: This interview was originally published as part of indieWIRE's coverage of the 2009 Sundance Film Festival. The film opens in theaters this Friday, September 4th.

    Read More »
  • Indiewire
    0 comments
    tweet
    0

    TIFF '09 | Josh Crook: “We Didn’t Die!!!!!”

    The gritty and gripping drama of Josh Crook's "La Soga" explores political intrigue, love, death and the power of memory, set in the Dominican Republic. We gave Crook and others a free-form style interview to gather their thoughts on their careers individual projects.

    Read More »
  • Indiewire
    2 comments
    tweet
    1

    TIFF '09 | J. Blakeson: "Writing Didn’t Cost Anything, so I Started Writing"

    Two ex-cons kidnap a woman, but the tables turn and turn again in this tight, smart tale. J. Blakeson's "The Disappearance of Alice Creed" is a terrific little thriller starring Eddie Marsan, Martin Compston and Gemma Arterton. We gave Blakeson and others a free-form style interview to gather their...

    Read More »
  • Indiewire
    0 comments
    tweet
    0

    John Cooper: "We are looking for creativity born of limitations"

    The move to create a new section for low and no budget films at the upcoming Sundance Film Festival came from an internal frustration that the event excluded worthy films in recent years. "I was bothered by that," new festival Director John Cooper told indieWIRE today, saying that had the section ex...

    Read More »
  • Indiewire
    0 comments
    tweet
    0

    TIFF ‘09 | Paul Fierlinger: "No independent animator has been doing this longer than I have"

    Paul and Sandra Fierlinger's "My Dog Tulip" is a vivid, whimiscal animated feature about the relationship between a man and his dog. We gave Fierlinger and others a free-form style interview to gather their thoughts on their careers individual projects.

    Read More »
    MORE: Interviews
  • Indiewire
    0 comments
    tweet
    0

    Taking on Wall Street: Leslie Cockburn on "American Casino"

    EDITOR'S NOTE: This interview was originally published as part of indieWIRE's coverage of the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival. "American Casino" opens in theaters this Wednesday, September 2.

    Read More »
  • Indiewire
    0 comments
    tweet
    0

    TIFF ‘09 | Glendyn Ivin: "I knew ten pages in that I was going to make the film"

    Screening as part of Toronto's Discovery section, Glendyn Ivin's "Last Ride" is a portrait of a young boy's complex relationship with his father, an ex-con, set against the Australian Outback. indieWIRE gave Ivin and others a free-form style interview to gather their thoughts on their careers and in...

    Read More »
    MORE: Interviews
  • Indiewire
    0 comments
    tweet
    1

    TIFF '09 | Granaz Moussavi : "Something Different and Fresh from Iran"

    Filmed at great risk to all involved, Granaz Moussavi's "My Tehran for Sale" reveals the complex double lives led by many modern Iranian youth who must struggle for cultural freedom. The film screens as part of Toronto’s Discovery section. indieWIRE contacted the film’s director to discuss her care...

    Read More »
    MORE: Interviews
  • Indiewire
    0 comments
    tweet
    0

    TIFF '09 | Dima El-Horr: "Dream in Arabic, speak English and write and read in French"

    Coming from Lebanon, Dima El-Horr's "Every Day is a Holiday" is a striking debut about three women on the road to visit their imprisoned men. Mixing real politics and stark absurdity, El-Horr announces herself as a major new voice in Middle Eastern cinema. The film screens as part of Toronto’s Disc...

    Read More »
  • Indiewire
    0 comments
    tweet
    0

    Hirokazu Kore-eda: "Japanese feel an intimacy with the dead"

    Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda returned to U.S. theaters over the weekend with his subtle "Still Walking," which won praises from critics, including the New York Times, which deemed the feature "a quiet, stirring film," while indieWIRE gave near universal praise save for an "unsatisfying ending." While the film did a decent $10,000 per screen average in its initial roll out, and Kore-eda has screened in the States before with mostly well received titles, "After Life" and "Maborosi," the understated filmmaker still remains something of an unfamiliar personality outside of his core fans, but he has had a respectable presence here, ever sin...

    Read More »
    MORE: Interviews

Recent Posts


  • BBC Films Adds Comprehensive Grace Jones ...Shadow and Act
  • Inside OutWatch: Director Pete Docter Talks 'Inside ...The Playlist
  • How a Film Salon Celebrated Women Directors ...Thompson on Hollywood