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Kleber Mendonça Filho and Juliano Dornelles on Bacurau
Complexity of the characters
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François Ozon on flashbacks and character complexity in By The Grace Of God
Unique voices
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Craig DiFrancia on The Irishman, Green Book and The Sound Of Philadelphia
Coming from reality
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François Ozon on discovering testimonies and making By The Grace Of God
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Hidden Places
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Isabelle Huppert on filming in Sintra, fashion and Frankie
Engaging Martin Scorsese
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Gay Talese on Martin Scorsese and The Irishman
Recording the soul
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Arnaud Desplechin on editing, Oh Mercy! and Cries And Whispers
A contemporary character
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Pietro Marcello on his film of Martin Eden and Jack London’s novel
Diversity Rocks
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Sarah Gavron and Theresa Ikoko on capturing the teenage spirit and pushing the industry forward
The making of a hybrid
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Bertrand Bonello on histories and Zombi Child
Celebrating sisterhood
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Theresa Ikoko and Sarah Gavron on developing Rocks
An enigma
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Jean-Pierre Dardenne and Luc Dardenne on Young Ahmed
A world of friendship
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Nichola Burley and Roxanne Scrimshaw talk about living the dream and creating characters in Lynn + Lucy
Social insecurity
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Director Fyzal Boulifa on capturing a working-class world in Lynn + Lucy and street casting his star
Don't fear the reaper
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Lin Shaye on immortality, Gothic Harvest and learning when to speak up
Kisses from the baby
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Penélope Cruz, Édgar Ramírez and Olivier Assayas on baby kisses and Wasp Network
Messing about in boats
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Rob Grant on superstition, Harpoon and the art of keeping still
Fulfilling their destiny
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Sônia Braga on Kleber Mendonça Filho and Juliano Dornelles' Bacurau
A bravura moment
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Matt Tyrnauer on the Big Lie and Where's My Roy Cohn?
The life they're in
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Martin Scorsese on moral choices, human nature and The Irishman
End of an era or time
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Sara Driver honours her friend Robert Frank
A deeper truth
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Laura Israel remembers Robert Frank and The Present
The gatekeeper
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Matt Tyrnauer on Where's My Roy Cohn?
Edward Lachman and New York remember Robert Frank
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Lauren Ashley Carter talks fight scenes, troubled characters, animal inspiration and Artik
A cinematic runway
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Anna Sui on the influence of cinema and Dennis Nothdruft on fairy tales in The World Of Anna Sui
Forming a mountain
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Rick Alverson on Tye Sheridan, Jeff Goldblum, Udo Kier, and Denis Lavant in The Mountain
Postcard from Venice Film Festival
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The Truth, Only The Animals, Joker, Ad Astra, J'Accuse, The Laundromat and more
Facing the music
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Andrew Desmond on Freya Tingley, Rutger Hauer, Alexis Maingaud and The Sonata
Bruno Barreto remembers The Paris Theatre
by Anne-Katrin Titze and Bruno Barreto
Legendary Manhattan cinema has closed
The hidden palette
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Kirill Mikhanovsky and Alice Austen on the conflicts they overcame to make Give Me Liberty
Under the surface
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Gay Talese on Once Upon A Time … In Hollywood, Spahn Ranch, westerns and Italian directors
Bringing different worlds together
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Lolo Spencer on casting people with disabilities and Give Me Liberty
Getting under the skin
by Jennie Kermode
The Soska sisters on Rabid, female relationships, #MeToo and being back at Frightfest
Challenging images
by Jennie Kermode
The Soska sisters on David Cronenberg, plastic surgery, transhumanism and remaking Rabid
Meeting the wolf man
by Jennie Kermode
Gavin Baddeley on a cinematic history of lycanthropes and writing The Frightfest Guide To Werewolf Movies
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A Good Woman Is Hard To Find, Satanic Panic, Harpoon, The Sonata and Come To Daddy
Beyond the garden
by Jennie Kermode
Flavio Alves on telling authentic stories, representing violence, and The Garden Left Behind
Inside the story
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Valerio Mastandrea on working with Abel Ferrara, Valeria Golino, Silvio Soldini and Marco Bellocchio
Cultivating a story
by Jennie Kermode
Flavio Alves on the lives of trans women and undocumented immigrants, and The Garden Left Behind
Mocky - Final exit for France’s restless free spirit
by Richard Mowe
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Connecting two worlds
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Bart Freundlich on Michelle Williams' character, Billy Crudup's hair, and After The Wedding
Barbara Kopple honours DA Pennebaker
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"I lost someone irreplaceable in my life"
Andrew Rossi remembers DA Pennebaker
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"How does a person get so close to these raw emotional moments?"
Storytelling childhood
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Anna Pniowsky on Casey Affleck, storytelling, the script and the haircut for Light Of My Life
Thinking big
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Zach Lipovsky and Adam B Stein on Freaks, Bruce Dern and telling big stories with small budgets
Right on track
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Adam Sherman on Japanese bondage, fashion, murder and She's Just A Shadow
In the picture
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