Twin Peaks 2017: Interview with David Lynch

It’s kind of a mystery why the show traveled so well.  And people have said, they don’t really know how a small town, a story in the Northwest of America, appealed to the Japanese or the French. It just was an interesting, fantastic phenomenon, but it was a magical combination of things.

Cannes Film Fest 2017: Okja–Original Children Fable, With Black Humor, Message and Edge

Boldly original, Okja, the new film from the talented South Korean writer-director Bong’s film, is not just an ambitious, politically conscious film with a social message, but a charming, well-crafted fable about the incomparable love of a young girl for her special pig.

Wonder Woman: Interview with Star Gal Gadot

Wonder Woman symbolizes in great way kindness, warmth, acceptance, and love.  If each and every one of us will have more of that, we will have better society–Gal Gadot

Cannes Film Fest 2017: Wonderstruck–Interview with Writer and Scribe Brian Selznick

Sometimes people ask me for advice about how to get into the movie business And I say, ‘Oh, it’s easy. You make books for about 15-20 years and then you wait for Martin Scorsese to call–Brian Selznick

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