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Interview: Bill Pankow

By Violet Lucca on Mar 26, 2015

Double vision: the editor of Carlito’s Way, Femme Fatale, and more discusses his longtime collaboration with Brian De Palma

Interview: Larry Clark (Part Two)

By Nick Pinkerton on Mar 26, 2015

The director of Marfa Girl and The Smell of Us marvels at the improv of James Woods, blasts a prominent critic (or two), and Cab Calloway

Deep Focus: White God

By Michael Sragow on Mar 26, 2015

Obedience school: Kornél Mundruczó's moralistic, modern-day parable about outsiders has little bark and no bite

Interview: Lisandro Alonso

By Nicolas Rapold on Mar 25, 2015

Going to extremes: the Argentine filmmaker on entering the world of Jauja and working with Viggo Mortensen


Film of the Week: While We’re Young

By Jonathan Romney on Mar 25, 2015

How old are you now? Noah Baumbach grapples with ageing gracelessly and questions of authenticity—both documentary and personal

Interview: Gregg Turkington

By Nick Pinkerton on Mar 24, 2015

Hurts to laugh: the creator of legendary comic Neil Hamburger speaks! A rare conversation with the multitalented—and multi-persona-ed—star of Entertainment

NDNF Interview: Benjamin Crotty

By Paul Dallas on Mar 24, 2015

Foreign affairs: Fort Buchanan writer/director Benjamin Crotty outfits his curious military melodrama with French soap opera actors and tricks from Lifetime

NDNF Interview: Nadav Lapid

By Nicolas Rapold on Mar 23, 2015

Young lion: the director of The Kindergarten Teacher crafts an unpredictable look at art, youth, and the fearsome appeal of the ideal

NDNF Interview: Yohei Suzuki

By Julian Ross on Mar 23, 2015

Comfortably numb: an independent filmmaker captures Japan's muzzled state of inertia through his fantastical, enigmatic debut feature Ow

NDNF Interview: Kornél Mundruczó

By Yonca Talu on Mar 20, 2015

Morality, minorities, and the greater truths of folktales: going into the doghouse with the director of White God

Interview: Jessica Hausner

By David Gregory Lawson on Mar 20, 2015

Through a 19th-century suicide pact, the director of Amour Fou reworks the period picture and plumbs the uncertainty of knowing others

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