The veteran Polish master talks to Alison Frank about Communist censorship, animated animals and the history of painting, from cave to salon.
Paul Dano’s prodigal father is just another distillation of the Korean-American writer-director’s ongoing preoccupation with truant parents, she confesses to Sam Wigley.
Ten years ago Yamamura Kôji’s comically surreal Mt. Head put the thriving world of Japanese independent animation on the map. He looks back over his quarter-century career with Jasper Sharp.
Alongside his acclaimed photography work, William Klein has spent the last 50 years making probing documentaries and irreverent features. In our January issue, he looks back over his long career in cinema.
Melissa Bradshaw talks to the collaborators behind Her Ghost, a multi-media performance piece that throws Chris Marker’s masterpiece of time-travel for a loop.
Our 2012 Young Journalist Competition winner Dasha Lisitsina, 21, talks Highland stillness and riches with the writer-director of a stark debut feature.