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Defining a Decade: 31 Interviews From The 2000s

Defining a Decade: 31 Interviews From The 2000s

Every day for the past month, indieWIRE has been republishing profiles and interviews from the past ten years (in their original, retro format). Featuring some of the people that have defined independent cinema in the first decade of this century, from Darren Aronofsky to Agnes Varda to Paul Thomas Anderson to Arnaud Desplechin, the series encompasses the eclectic range of cinema this decade had to offer. Additionally, can check out indieWIRE’s critic’s poll of the best of the decade.

Here’s links to the entire series:

Decade: Darren Aronofsky on “Requiem For a Dream”

Decade: Kenneth Lonergan on “You Can Count On Me”

Decade: Mary Harron on “American Psycho”

Decade: Christopher Nolan on “Memento”

Decade: Agnes Varda on “The Gleaners and I”

Decade: Wong Kar-wai on “In The Mood For Love”

Decade: John Cameron Mitchell on “Hedwig and the Angry Inch”

Decade: Michael Haneke Talks “Code Inconnu” and “The Piano Teacher”

Decade: Alfonso Cuarón on “Y Tu Mama Tambien”

Decade: Mira Nair on “Monsoon Wedding”

Decade: Todd Haynes on “Far From Heaven”

Decade: Gasper Noe on “Irreversible”

Decade: Andrew Jarecki on “Capturing The Freidmans”

Decade: Sofia Coppola on “Lost in Translation.”

Decade: Michael Moore on “Fahrenheit 9/11”

Decade: Miranda July on “Me and You and Everyone We Know”

Decade: Andrew Bujalski On “Funny Ha Ha”

Decade: Gregg Araki on “Mysterious Skin.”

Decade: Noah Baumbach on “The Squid and the Whale”

Decade: Ryan Fleck on “Half Nelson”

Decade: Ramin Bahrani on “Man Push Cart”

Decade: Sarah Polley on “Away From Her”

Decade: Cristian Mungiu on “4 Months, 3 Weeks, and 2 Days”

Decade: Paul Thomas Anderson on “There Will Be Blood”

Decade: Arnaud Desplechin on “A Christmas Tale”

Decade: Mike Leigh on “Happy-Go-Lucky”

Decade: Steven Soderbergh on “Che”

Decade: Charlie Kaufman on “Synecdoche, New York”

Decade: Kelly Reichardt on “Wendy & Lucy”

Decade: Joel & Ethan Coen on “A Serious Man”

Decade: Olivier Assayas on “Summer Hours”

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