Cannes Film Fest 2017: In the Fade–Fatih Akin on his Film

German filmmaker Fatih Akin returns to the Cannes competition with In the Fade, a contemporary drama about a woman who takes revenge after her husband and son are murdered by the neo-Nazi group, National Socialist Underground (NSU). NSU still active in Germany? Fatih Akin: We have this very strange case, a scandal right now, involving neo-Nazis […]

Cannes Film Fest 2017: Amant Double–Ozon on his French Psychological Thriller

Prolific and renowned French director Francois Ozon talked to Variety about his provocative erotic mystery Amant Double, which will premiere in competition at the 2017 Cannes Film Fest on Friday. Amant Double has been picked up by Cohen Media for North America and has been sold to all major territories. Ozon’s previous film, Frantz, a black-and-white period […]

Wonderstruck: How to Capture Vividly and Realitsically the Culture and Lifestyle of Deaf People

Haynes and his team went to great lengths to ensure that deafness was embedded in the film’s creative process in a number of ways

Wonderstruck: Making of Todd Haynes’ Enchanting Fable

What was so remarkable is that this is the first adaptation Brian had done of one of his books. It was so powerfully cinematic and it basically invited a maker of film into the process of re-visioning his beautiful book through a cinematic view–Director Todd Haynes

House of Cards: Star Robin Wright on Trump and her Hit Show

Robin Wright, star of House of Cards, says the writers will have trouble outdoing the melodramas and scandals unfolding at the White House.