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Never finished
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Paul Hyett on technology, the creative process and Peripheral
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Desirae Brown on The 5 Browns: Digging Through The Darkness
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Pope Francis: A Man Of His Word, The Biggest Little Farm, The Eyes Of Orson Welles and Won’t You Be My Neighbor?
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Russell Geoffrey Banks on victims, monsters and Who's Watching Oliver?
To the stars in Heaven
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Tom Volf on a divided life and Maria By Callas
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Doron Paz on persecution, revenge, telling women's stories and creating life in The Golem
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Toby Nichols on The Dark, Desolation, Trumbo, Iron Fist and Underground
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Frank W Chen on Late Life: The Chien-Ming Wang Story
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Paul Auster on his Lulu on the Bridge screenplay, Wim Wenders and Juliette Binoche
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Spooky goings-on at cinemas around the UK
Keeping it real
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Matt Tyrnauer on Valentino Garavani, Citizen Jane, Michael Jackson and Studio 54
A postcard from La Mostra De Valencia
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We report from the newly reborn Spanish festival
'You cannot reach the weirdness of reality'
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Screenwriter Efthymis Filippou on his career, collaborations and approach to film
Cover story
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Dolly Wells on directing Emily Mortimer, bookshops, and Jane Curtin and Melissa McCarthy in Can You Ever Forgive Me?
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Ruth Beckermann on the Waldheim family, historians, archive footage and The Waldheim Waltz
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Peter Strickland on dreaming through films and In Fabric
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Janae Marie Kroczaleski on bodybuilding, gender transition and Transformer
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Ruth Beckermann on The Waldheim Waltz, Austria's Oscar submission
Taking the lead
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Oris Erhuero on Redcon-1, modelling, acting, producing and making dreams into reality
The letter writer
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Dolly Wells on Can You Ever Forgive Me?
A love story
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Julian Schnabel and Jean-Claude Carrière on paintings, movement and At Eternity's Gate
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Mark Gillis on casting Sink, creating chemistry and finding hope and humour in difficult situations
The hour of the wolf
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Margarethe von Trotta on Searching For Ingmar Bergman
A postcard from Antalya Film Festival
by Damon Wise
Less is more at boutique showcase.
That sinking feeling
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Mark Gillis on the 2008 crash, life on council estates and developing Sink
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Wash Westmoreland on Richard Glatzer, Andrea Flesch and the relationships in Colette
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Binoche out of this world
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High Life star on creating character and feeling fear
The end of an era
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Matt Tyrnauer on his new documentary about Studio 54
Pattinson's High Life
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Actor on challenges and rewards of Claire Denis' space drama
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Star speaks out about her 'good friend'
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Carlos Acosta on ballet and biopic Yuli
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