The British director sits down with A Rabbit's Foot to discuss her beguiling new feature Saltburn, a film about the perils of class and desire. "The question I wanted to pose was: How do you get what you want out of something that will never want you back?"
From playwright to filmmaker, Celine Song has come out the gate a fully formed master. With Past Lives wowing critics and audiences alike this year, the South Korean-Canadian director joined us to discuss the makings of her epic sci-fi of the soul...
For ARF, Luke Georgiades speaks to filmmaker So Yun Um about her Liquor Store Dreams journey, her relationship with her father, filming tough conversations, and the international boom of Korean culture.
The following discussion took place between the actress Elsa Zylberstein and the Oscar-winning writer-director Sir Christopher Hampton. Over strong coffee, sitting in Sir Christopher’s colourful West London office, he intimately opened up about his life in theatre and cinema, and the uncompromising power of words.
She's done it all: art-house film, Hollywood cinema, and now the theatre. But Monica Bellucci's greatest adventure is being a mother. She opens up to Chris Cotonou about the power of children, the virtues of doing nothing, and entering her icon era.
As his film The Hanging Sun closes this year’s Venice Film Festival, Fatima Khan and Francesco Carrozzini discuss the tribulations of filming through Norwegian weather, and the serendipitous attachment to a festival he feels has shaped his career.
Carlotta Antonelli is hard to miss. The Roman-born actress, who has been hotly-tipped after roles in Suburra and Bangla, as well as the recent Bang Bang, speaks with us about her morning coffee, gritty characters, and her hometown. On Freedom. I find freedom in a performance when I am unsure what is happening; when I… Continue reading Landing Page – Confessions