Artist, The: Interview with Director Michel Hazanavicius–Part 2

The Artist, one of the year’s most enjoyable and original films will be released by the Weinstein Company November 25, 2011

Eight years ago, I fantasized about making a silent film. Probably because the great mythical directors I admire most all come from silent cinema… Hitchcock, Lang, Ford, Lubitsch, Murnau, Billy Wilder (as screenwriter)…

Artist, The: Interview with Director Michel Hazanavicius–Part 1

The Artist, one of the year’s most enjoyable and original films will be released by the Weinstein Company November 25, 2011

Eight years ago, I fantasized about making a silent film. Probably because the great mythical directors I admire most all come from silent cinema… Hitchcock, Lang, Ford, Lubitsch, Murnau, Billy Wilder (as screenwriter)…

Argentina, 1985: Director Santiago Mitre on the Trial That “Created Democracy in Argentina”

The film is inspired by the true story of Julio Strassera and Luis Moreno Ocampo, the public prosecutors who, together with a young and untested legal team, put Argentina’s military on trial. In 1985, they dared to prosecute the architects of Argentina’s bloody “dirty war.”

Siccità: Italian Paolo Virzì on his Dystopian Dramedy, Starring Monica Belluci

It is set amid a protracted drought caused by climate change in the Italian capital where the Tiber has dried up.

Bros: Nicholas (Neighbors) Stoller’s Gay Rom-Com, Starring Billy Eichner and Luke Macfarlane

The first-ever gay rom-com from major studio; the main cast is made up of LGBTQ actors.