Mad for it
by Jennie Kermode
GFF Diary days 11&12: David Tennant, Frightfest and The Princess Bride.
Eye Say
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Looking over La La Land at the Oscars.
The shivers
by Jennie Kermode
GFF Diary days 9&10: The Thing in the snow, Frightfest, Terence Davies, Quinton Aaron and more.
New York Rendez-Vous with French Cinema Early Bird Highlights
by Anne-Katrin Titze
From The Land Of The Moon, Nocturama, Frantz and The Dancer.
Voyage of discovery
by Jennie Kermode
GFF Diary days 7&8: Japanese cinema, documentaries, Ben Wheatley and the Surprise Film.
Little boy found
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Sue Brierley and Saroo Brierley on the true story behind Lion.
Gentleman of letters
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Gay Talese on the importance of James Baldwin and films in I Am Not Your Negro.
Screenings with style
by Jennie Kermode
GFF Diary days 5&6: power dressing, pipers, Persian food, David Lynch’s photographs and the Margaret Tait Award.
Huppert - the actress who knows no fear
by Richard Mowe
Elle star on working with Verhoeven, awards and the gift of confidence
The X factor
by Paul Risker
Stephen Kijak on his career and rockumentary We Are X.
Stranger days
by Jennie Kermode
GFF Diary days 3&4: dinner, dancing, alien hunters and all the fun of the fair.
Looking good in Glasgow
by Jennie Kermode
GFF Diary days 1&2: Handsome Devil, femmes fatales and how to have the time of your life.
Recollections of James Baldwin
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Gay Talese on the man behind the legend and I Am Not Your Negro.
Butterfly memories, part 2
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Screenwriter Luke Davies on Lion and what it felt like to win a BAFTA.
Why Ozon revels in secrets and lies
by Richard Mowe
The director of Frantz on his fascination for Germany, shooting in monochrome and falling in love on set.
Glasgow Film Festival early bird highlights
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Graduation, I Am Not Your Negro, Aquarius and A Quiet Passion.
The view from the mountain
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Cristian Mungiu talks about honesty, guilt and Graduation.
Finding treasure
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Sônia Braga on Aquarius and working with Kleber Mendonça Filho.
Feeling as others do, part 2
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Terence Davies talks about Emily Dickinson, death, costumes and A Quiet Passion.
The outsider's story
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Amma Asante on exploring otherness in A United Kingdom.
Butterfly memories, part 1
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Luke Davies on adapting Saroo Brierley's memoir into Lion.
Making The Wound
by Amber Wilkinson
John Trengove talks about the challenges of his coming-of-age drama.
Diving into the life of Jacques Cousteau
by Richard Mowe
The Odyssey director Jerôme Salle on an underwater legend.
A formidable woman
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Rosamund Pike on playing Ruth Williams in A United Kingdom.
Energy in motion
by Jennie Kermode
Crystal Emery on Black Women In Medicine and the triumph of the spirit.
Cinematic material
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Volker Schlöndorff on life, literature and Return To Montauk.
In tribute to Emmanuelle Riva
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Annette Insdorf, Fabien Constant, and Stig Björkman on the celebrated star of Amour.
Grappling with genius
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Emmanuel Bourdieu on literary brilliance, anti-Semitism and Louis-Ferdinand Céline.
Remembering John Hurt
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Atom Egoyan, Pablo Larraín, and David Mackenzie pay tribute.
Going back to The Apartment
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Paul Schneider on Jane Campion, Nick Cave, La La Land, Trainspotting, Jack Lemmon, Billy Wilder and more.
In the frame
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Oscar Best Documentary directors discuss their work, America's future and the art of storytelling.
Talking Toni Erdmann
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Maren Ade and Sandra Hüller on the film that's carrying their Oscar hopes.
A duck to water
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Paul Schneider on types of actor, Ibsen, and The Daughter.
Translating ideas
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Maria Schrader on the team behind Stefan Zweig: Farewell To Europe.
An American story
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Discovering MA with Celia Rowlson-Hall, Ian Bloom and Iva Radivojevic.
Huppert sparkles with a crystal award
by Richard Mowe
Elle star touched by honour in Paris.
An extraordinary individual
by Anne-Katrin Titze and Colin MacCabe
Colin MacCabe remembers John Berger.
Cate Blanchett on stage and screens
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Taking on The Present and speaking out in Manifesto.
Out of sight
by Anne-Katrin Titze
John Buffalo Mailer on Demi Moore, Alec Baldwin, Dylan McDermott and Blind.
Stepping into the dark
by Amber Wilkinson
Director Kiro Russo talks about his debut feature Dark Skull.
Framing the shot
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Kirsten Johnson on Cameraperson and the importance of contradictions.
Soaring ambition
by Amber Wilkinson
Otto Bell on shooting The Eagle Huntress and the remarkable star of his documentary.
Making a killing, part 2
by Paul Risker
Billy O’Brien on serendipity and the making of I Am Not A Serial Killer.
A European success
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Maren Ade and Sandra Hüller on award winner Toni Erdmann.
Making a killing, part 1
by Paul Risker
Billy O’Brien on I Am Not A Serial Killer and how he became a filmmaker.
Magnetism of Magnus
by Paul Risker
Benjamin Ree on the challenges and rewards of his chess documentary.
Honours for Isabelle
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Isabelle Huppert on colours and cats, Elle and Things To Come.
"These are not normal circumstances"
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Peter Sarsgaard on toughness, regret and playing Bobby Kennedy in Jackie.
Contradictory forces
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Maria Schrader on Stefan Zweig: Farewell To Europe.
A giant on this Earth
by Anne-Katrin Titze and Barbara Kopple
Barbara Kopple pays tribute to Sharon Jones.
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