Unlimited perspectives
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Keith Behrman on Giant Little Ones
Choreography of an encounter
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Michal Aviad on workplace harassment and Working Woman
"She made every subject her own"
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Michal Aviad remembers Agnès Varda
Final fade-out for Varda - a force of nature
by Richard Mowe
New Wave pioneer 'never bankable' but much treasured
A rose between thorns
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Alison Klayman on Steve Bannon and The Brink
Rhythm and logic
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Pierre Salvadori and Pio Marmaï on The Trouble With You
An unknown emotion
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Hélène Fillières on Lambert Wilson, Diane Rouxel and Raising Colors
You only live twice
by Jennie Kermode
Andrea Jaurrieta on doubles, performance and reinventing the self in Ana De Día
Resonances beyond
by Anne-Katrin Titze
László Nemes on fairy tales, Murnau's Sunrise, and Sunset (Napszállta)
Caught by the city
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Sophie Fillières on When Margaux Meets Margaux
Scoring White Crow
by Amber Wilkinson
Ilan Eshkeri on his third collaboration with Ralph Fiennes
Satellite of love
by Jennie Kermode
Joaquín Cambre on working with young actors and making A Trip To The Moon
Beautiful and poetic
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Mikhaël Hers on Vincent Lacoste, Stacy Martin, Isaure Multrier, Greta Scacchi and Amanda
Space for the imagination
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Franz Rogowski on breath control, Transit and the Kammerspiele
Your senses are there
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Brinsley Forde on Franco Rosso, Babylon and present day England
Capturing a life behind the camera
by Amber Wilkinson
Kim Longinotto and Ollie Huddleston on Shooting The Mafia
Innocent and ominous
by Anne-Katrin Titze
László Nemes on TS Eliot, caves of darkness and the innocent and ominous in Sunset
Top End Team
by Amber Wilkinson
Miranda Tapsell, Gwilym Lee, Wayne Blair and Joshua Tyler on Aussie rom-com
My hometown
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Kent Jones on the casting and soundtrack in Diane
Bite sized treats
by Andrew Robertson
We look forward to the Glasgow Short Film Festival
Music legends
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Dennis Bovell on style, substance and scoring Babylon
All is not lost
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Susanne Wolff and Wolfgang Fischer on shooting Styx on the high seas
Within the imagination
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Emmanuel Mouret on Diderot, Pierre-Jean Larroque's costumes and Lady J
Memory and identity
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Christian Petzold on Franz Rogowski and the language in Transit
On French cinema
by Anne-Katrin Titze
At the Rendez-Vous With French Cinema with Serge Toubiana
The beat goes on
by Jennie Kermode
GFF Diary days 11&12: Beats, Frightfest, Michael Palin, Vicky Knight and terror in the woods
A real joy
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Kyle MacLachlan on high school acting and playing a father in Giant Little Ones
It's your funeral
by Jennie Kermode
Rehana Rose on death, remembrance and Dead Good
That Friday feeling
by Jennie Kermode
GFF Diary days 9&10: Jessie Buckley, Claire Pijman, whisky and Frightfest
Something in the water
by Jennie Kermode
Perry Blackshear on rusalkas, mythic filmmaking and The Siren
All in the game
by Jennie Kermode
Søren Juul Petersen on games, gore and Finale
Beyond the Valley
by Jennie Kermode
GFF Diary days 7&8: Peter Howson, Adam Pearson, Carol Morley and a little bit of time travel
Body of work
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Adina Pintilie on Einstürzende Neubauten and Touch Me Not
Life in movement
by Amber Wilkinson
Icíar Bollaín and Paul Laverty on bringing Carlos Acosta's biopic Yuli to the screen
Who ya gonna call?
by Jennie Kermode
GFF Diary days 5&6: Roxy Toporowych, the Margaret Tait Award and a spot of ghostbusting
Inside his head
by Jennie Kermode
Billy Senese on psychiatry, horror, The Dead Center and building stories through sound
All abuzz
by Jennie Kermode
GFF Diary days 3&4: Carlos Acosta, David Dastmalchian, busy bees and a trip inside The Matrix
Close encounters with a musical legend
by Richard Mowe
At home with Stanley Donen in New York
Dinner and devilry
by Jennie Kermode
Jack McHenry and Margaret Clunie on Here Comes Hell
Ready, steady, go!
by Jennie Kermode
GFF Diary days 1&2: Mid90s, Matt Bomer, Mark Millar and a date with Priscilla
Drawing inspiration
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Batsheva Hay in conversation on Little Women, Wuthering Heights, and establishing relationships with actors
On the level
by Jennie Kermode
Danishka Esterhazy on telling women's stories in genre films and Level 16
Paradise lost
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Clément Cogitore on Braguino the film and installation
Unnatural pleasures
by Jennie Kermode
Nicolas Pesce on working with Christopher Abbott and Mia Wasikowski and channelling Hitchcock in Piercing
Rendez-Vous With French Cinema smiles
by Anne-Katrin Titze
When Margaux Meets Margaux, The Art Of Seduction, Amanda and The Trouble With You
A date with darkness
by Jennie Kermode
Adam Christian Clark on the horrors of the dating scene and making Newly Single
Body and soul
by Anne-Katrin Titze
To Dust post-screening discussion with Géza Röhrig, Shawn Snyder, and Jason Begue
'This movie invites you to think'
by Amber Wilkinson
Viggo Mortensen on preparing for Green Book
Shared humanity
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Shawn Snyder on Matthew Broderick, Géza Röhrig and To Dust
Year of the Pig
by Anne-Katrin Titze
Géza Röhrig on scripts, dybbuks and working with a porcine professional in Shawn Snyder's To Dust

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