The director of Two in the Wave talks to Tom Dawson about his portrait of the bitterly broken friendship at the heart of the French New Wave.
Nicolas Roeg talks to Richard Combs about working with François Truffaut on Fahrenheit 451, in the Winter 1984/85 issue of Sight & Sound.
Free-spirited grande dame of the cinema and now gallery, Agnès Varda can’t stop moving, gleaning, probing. “We are millions,” she tells Daniel Trilling, welcoming him into her living home of cinema
A soldier’s-eye portrait of the war in Afghanistan, Sundance-winner Restrepo is another impressive documentary of the West’s recent conflicts in the East. Tom Dawson speaks to its photo-journalist co-director.
Mark Pilkington interviews horror handmaiden and FrightFest founder Alan Jones.
A Siberian train travelogue to the end of the world, Perestroika combines elegy, reverie, lament and transformation. Its maker talks to Sophie Mayer.