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Satellite of love Joaquín Cambre on working with young actors and making A Trip To The Moon

Beautiful and poetic Mikhaël Hers on Vincent Lacoste, Stacy Martin, Isaure Multrier, Greta Scacchi and Amanda

Space for the imagination Franz Rogowski on breath control, Transit and the Kammerspiele

Your senses are there Brinsley Forde on Franco Rosso, Babylon and present day England

Capturing a life behind the camera Kim Longinotto and Ollie Huddleston on Shooting The Mafia

2019 Tribeca Talks announced Martin Scorsese and Guillermo del Toro among participants

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