Rachid Djaïdani discusses his new film Rengaine (Hold Back), and the advantages and hazards of guerrilla filmmaking.
The revolutionary strategies of It’s No Good by poet Kirill Medvedev and the 2012 documentary Winter, Go Away!
Filmmaker and photographer Olivia Wyatt on her new film, working in East Africa, and maintaining balance between analog and digital techniques.
Véréna Paravel and Lucien Castaing-Taylor on their visceral and experimental new documentary Leviathan.
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Micah Stansell talks about premeditated experimentation, collaborative production processes, and weighs in on the film vs. video debate.
Listen to Kleber Mendonça Filho discuss his short films and his first feature,Neighboring Sounds, as part of last month’s First Look at the Museum of the Moving Image.
Listen to Joana Preiss discuss her film Siberia as part of last month’s First Look at the Museum of the Moving Image.
Read a transcription or listen to a podcast of Nicolás Pereda discussing his recent film Greatest Hits as part of last month’s First Look at the Museum of the Moving Image.
Listen to James Benning discuss his recent film Easy Rider as part of last month’s First Look at the Museum of the Moving Image.
Caveh Zahedi chats about pools and poetry, the analogy of marriage and yoga, and his controversial recent film The Sheik and I.
Multi-media artist Tony Martin talks about his synesthesia-driven take on creating space that draws on human-to-human connection.
Miguel Gomes talks about his latest feature Tabu, which has been the talk of this year’s arthouse circuit. It’s at Film Forum through January 8.
Oppenheimer’s The Act of Killing explores the experience of tragedy and horror of genocide in Indonesia through imaginative recreations made with the killers themselves.
Chris Sullivan discusses the emotions behind his epic Consuming Spirits, and reflects on being an animator.
Margaux Williamson on her performance piece How to Act in Real Life, her film Teenager Hamlet, and being a character in Sheila Heti’s How Should A Person Be?
Director Andrew Bujalski discusses his career in the event of the tenth anniversary of his debut Funny Ha Ha.
Miranda July on her experiences meeting strangers from the PennySaver and the relationship between her book It Chooses You and her film The Future.
Watch a video conversation between filmmaker Cristian Mungiu and Liza Béar, an excerpt of the interview from BOMB’s forthcoming Winter Issue. Mungiu’s Beyond the Hills screens this week at Lincoln Center as part of the Romanian Film Festival.
Michael Robinson provides insight into the methodology and philosophy behind his collaged films.
The Comedy director Rick Alverson’s previous film New Jerusalem, starring Will Oldham, opens Friday, November 30 at Videology in Brooklyn.
Few filmmakers have been as prolific and influential as Jean Rouch, the late anthropologist, ethnographer and godfather of cinéma-vérité.
Letourneur discusses her film La vie au ranch, a film that observes, in fine detail, the flowering and dissolution of a group of young women.
Director Ted Kotcheff discusses his rediscovered Australian film classic Wake in Fright.
Feliz Lucia Molina talks with filmmaker Leslie Thornton about the concepts behind her films, X-TRACTS, Jennifer, Where Are You?, and Peggy and Fred in Hell.
Pamela Cohn talks to Grant Gee, the celebrated filmmaker who directed films about Radiohead, Joy Division, and most recently, W.G. Sebald’s novel, The Rings of Saturn.
Ari Spool talks to avant-garde filmmaker Nathaniel Dorsky about montage, humanism, and his childhood exploits in film.
Director David France talks about activism, justice, and the ongoing struggle to find meaning, and his new documentary about the AIDS crisis, How to Survive a Plague.