Call Me by Your Name: Luca Guadagnino on his Acclaimed Movie

Luca Guadagnino’s Call Me by Your Name, one of the highlights of the 2017 Sundance Film Fest, had its European premiere at the Berlin Film Fest. The film features Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet. Guadagnino spoke to Variety about his powerful summer love story. Most personal work? The reason this film is striking deep chords is probably due […]

Moonlight: Director Jenkins on Response to Film–Before and After the Elections

I do think that some of the things that happened with this film are a symbol of the continual progression of making America great, which is a very inclusive version of what it means to be an American–Barry Jenkins

A United Kingdom: Starring David Oyelowo

I’m married to a white woman myself but we have not faced anything like what Ruth and Seretse faced–David Oyelowo

Big Sick: Interview with Comedian-Writer Nanjiani

Nanjiani, the Pakistani-American comic best known for the TV series, Silicon Valley, revisits a painful chapter of his personal life in the comedy The Big Sick. The Big Sick, written by Nanjiani and his wife, Emily V. Gordon, relates their romance and the challenges it faced, when Gordon suffered a medical crisis. It also deals with […]

20th Century Women: Interview with Director Mike Mills

I’ve always gravitated toward women. I realized early on that trying to figure out these women around me was a form of survival.  I was always studying them, trying to learn from them, even when they were inscrutable–Mike Mills