Lamb: Director Valdimar Jóhannsson on Fan Pregnancy Theories and  Potential Sequel (Cannes Fest Winner)

To direct your first feature, you have to be into everything. It’s such a privilege to make a film. It was a complicated script that could have been a disaster had it not worked–Valdimar Jóhannsson
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JFK Revisited: Through the Looking Glass—Oscar Winner Oliver Stone’s New Inflammatory Political Documentary

Cannes Film Fest 2021 (World Premiere) “The U.S. blockade of Cuba and the Cold War with the Soviet Union could have both ended in 1963 had President John Fitzgerald Kennedy not been assassinated,” controversial filmmaker Oliver Stone say in a recent interview. Stone spoke about those inflammatory events of the Kennedy assassination at the 2021 […]

Power of the Dog, The: Jane Campion

Television was where you had your freedom. You could really almost do anything. Nobody would shut you down. Discuss any topic, be as crazy as you want. It was fantastic for that. Cinema is a lot more conservative.

Card Counter, The: Tye Sheridan–Next Big Thing

Tye Sheridan was an 11-year-old kid from Texas when he was cast in Terrence Malick’s The Tree of Life, an experience he compares to “summer camp.” He wasn’t expected to learn lines or even give a performance, but Malick’s set put him on a trajectory towards Jeff Nichols’ Mud and David Gordon Green’s Joe, which cemented his decision to become an actor.

Mainstream: Gia Coppola on her Venice Fest Film and Social Media

Venice: Gia Coppola on Her “Satirical Fable” ‘Mainstream’ and the Perils of Social Media   Inset: Mike Coppola/FilmMagic Maya Hawke, Nat Wolff, and Andrew Garfield star as outsiders who become unlikely social media celebrities in Coppola’s follow-up to her critically-acclaimed debut ‘Palo Alto.’ It took Gia Coppola a while to join the family business. The […]