Ramin Bahrani
"I thought he was going to talk about mistakes he'd made, but he doesn't, so then the shape of the film inevitably changes," the director told IndieWire of his documentary on Richard Davis.
Richard Davis infamously shot himself almost 200 times to test the strength of the vest, as captured in the Sundance documentary.
Bleecker Street will distribute the film in New York and Los Angeles beginning December 2. The doc will debut on Showtime in the spring.
Cinematographer Shawn Peters discusses the camera choices that kept Ptolemy Grey in perspective, no matter the era.
Ramin Bahrani's doc is a morbidly funny capitalism horror story about a body armor salesman who only cared about saving himself.
Bahrani and executive producer Joshua Oppenheimer joined IndieWire's Sundance Studio, presented by Adobe, to discuss their doc about the inventor of the bulletproof vest.
Bahrani and Gourav talk bringing the adaptation of Aravind Adiga's beloved novel to the screen.
Bahrani's Netflix hit took root in college dorm room discussions and deep questions about his priorities as a director.
Bahrani is set to adapt, direct, and produce the film adaptation of Aravind Adiga’s latest novel for Netflix.
Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Adarsh Gourav star in a darkly comic thriller about a poor Indian man who claws his way up the social ladder.
Based on the debut novel by Indian author Aravind Adiga, "The White Tiger" is Netflix's latest Oscar contender coming down the pike.
Michael B. Jordan, Michael Shannon, and writer-director Ramin Bahrani spoke to IndieWire about updating Ray Bradbury's classic book for modern audiences.
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