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127 Hours Director Danny Boyle on one man's emotional journey
2 Days in Paris Actor/writer/director Julie Delpy on her parents' influence
12:08 East of Bucharest Writer/director Corneliu Porumboiu excerpts an unfilmed script
20 Centimeters Writer/director Ramón Salazar toasts all the artists who inspire him
20 Feet From Stardom Director Morgan Neville hears new voices in old favorite songs
21 Grams Screenwrier Guillermo Arriaga explores the way people fulfill their need for hope
28 Days Later Director Danny Boyle on how he arrived at the title of his post-apocalyptic thriller
44 Inch Chest Director Malcolm Venville on the importance of mood and atmosphere
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Absolute Wilson Filmmaker Katharina Otto-Bernstein meets Mr. Wilson for the first time
A.C.O.D. Filmmaker Stuart Zicherman on how the idea for A.C.O.D. was born
Act of Killing, The Director Joshua Oppenheimer on using storytelling to escape bitter truths
Adam & Steve Actor/writer/director Craig Chester on the power of movie romances
Admission Director Paul Weitz on a funny movie about uncertainty in one's life
Adoration Writer/director Atom Egoyan discusses his prismatic approach to narrative
Afternoon Delight Filmmaker Jill Soloway on the joys of women’s secrets
After Innocence Director/co-writer Jessica Sanders meets the exonerated
Agora Director/co-writer Alejandro Amenábar explores 4th century Alexandria
Agronomist, The Director Jonathan Demme on Haitian national hero and freedom fighter Jean Dominique
Aileen: Life and Death of a Serial Killer Co-director Nick Broomfield on Aileen's violent life
Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry Director Alison Klayman films a charismatic and fascinating artist
Akeelah and the Bee Doug Atchison battles to direct his award-winning screenplay
Al Franken: God Spoke Filmmakers Nick Doob & Chris Hegedus follow Al into the enemy's camp
Albert Nobbs Writer/producer/actress Glenn Close recounts a film's 14-year journey to screen
Alien Trespass Director R.W. Goodwin escapes to the past with his homage to '50s sci-fi films
Aive Inside Director Michael Rossato-Bennett on the transformative power of music
All Is Lost Filmmaker J.C. Chandor describes a complex and daunting undertaking
Amazing Grace Director Michael Apted searches for a love story
American Hardcore Director Paul Rachman on his career making punk rock music videos
American Splendor Directors Shari Springer Berman & Robert Pulcini on comic book author Harvey Pekar
American Splendor Six cartoonists from Fantagraphics pay tribute to Harvey Pekar
America's Heart & Soul Director Louis Schwartzberg travels the USA with a 35mm camera on his shoulder
Amreeka Writer/director Cherien Dabis on the semi-autobiographical nature of her debut feature
Animal Kingdom Writer/director David Michôd on how his script evolved
Anita Director Freida Mock discusses how her film resonates with today's audiences
Another Earth Filmmaker Mike Cahill on creating cinematic spectacle with real human drama
Another Year Writer/director Mike Leigh on the seasons as metaphor for life
Antarctica: A Year on Ice Filmmaker Anthony Powell on the unseen wonders of Antarctica
Anvil! The Story of Anvil Director Sacha Gervasi talks about becoming a roadie for the band at age 16
Après Vous Director/co-writer Pierre Salvadori guides viewers though his film's moral maze
Aristocrats, The Co-creator Penn Jillette explains why "Everyone Who Sees This Movie Will Love It"
Armstrong Lie, The Filmmaker Alex Gibney says timing is everything when breaking through a lie
Around the Bend Writer/director Jordan Roberts on the relationships men have with their fathers
Art and Craft Directors Sam Cullman & Jennifer Grausman track down an art forger
Art of the Steal, The Director Don Argott on the passion of Dr. Albert C. Barnes
Assassination of Richard Nixon, The Director/co-writer Niels Mueller on the film's contemporary relevance
Atlas Shrugged Part 1 Director Paul Johansson on overcoming obstacles to adapting the story
Augustine Filmmaker Alice Winocour on hysteria as a form of rebellion
Autumn Spring Director Vladimír Michálek reminisces about Autumn Spring star Vlastimil Brodsky
Awesome; I Fuckin' Shot That! A personal message from director Nathaniel Hornblower
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Babel Director Alejandro González Iñárritu on borders and barriers in today's world
Bad Education Writer/director Pedro Almodóvar on turning school memories into entertainment
Bad Words Writer Andrew Dodge on the power of words and how they're used
Backstage Director/co-writer Emmanuelle Bercot explores our fascination with celebrity
Ballad of Jack and Rose, The Writer/director Rebecca Miller scouts the perfect location for her new film
Barbarian Invasions, The Writer/director Denys Arcand on the challenge of promoting his film worldwide
Barney's Version Director Richard J. Lewis on the many facets of a character
Beasts of the Southern Wild Director/co-writer Benh Zeitlin on crafting a way of life in his film
Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest Director Michael Rapaport on capturing
    moments of truth and honesty
Bee Season Co-directors Scott McGehee and David Siegel meet Juliette Binoche for the first time
Beginners Writer/director Mike Mills on film as a conversation
Being Flynn Filmmaker Paul Weitz on writing the destiny of a father and son
Being Julia Director István Szabó on the singular quality that no other art form than film can supply
Belle Director Amma Asante explores history and art through a unique painting
Bellflower Filmmaker/star Evan Glodell on life's defining moments
Bend It Like Beckham Director/co-writer Gurinder Chadha on her most autobiographical film
Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, The Director John Madden on setting his film in an unfamiliar world
Better Life, A Director Chris Weitz on families and the love between father and son
Betty Blue: The Director's Cut Writer/director Jean-Jacques Beineix on the film's alternate versions
Beyond the Hills Writer/director Cristian Mungiu on love and the concepts of good and evil
Birdman Birdman's screenwriters follow our hero down the rabbit hole on film
Blue Valentine Writer/director Derek Cianfrance on portraying relationships on film
Bon Voyage Director/co-writer Jean-Paul Rappeneau on his childhood love of theatre and film
Book Thief, The Director Brian Percival on the magical nature of the written word
Born Into Brothels Ross Kauffman offers "Eight Great Reasons To Make A Documentary"
Bottle Shock Director Randall Miller is drawn to stories of passion and risk
Breakfast on Pluto Writer/director Neil Jordan creates comedy out of tragedy
Brick Writer/director Rian Johnson reminisces about making films as a teenager
Bride and Prejudice Director/co-writer Gurinder Chadha on her love of Jane Austen & Bollywood movies
Bright Leaves Writer/director Ross McElwee on the allure of cigarettes and their troubling legacy
Bright Young Things Writer/director Stephen Fry's "A Guide to Fast Filmmaking"
Broadway: The Golden Age Writer/director Rick McKay on legends of the Broadway stage
Brokeback Mountain Director Ang Lee on his unique yet universal great American love story
Broken Circle Breakdown, The Filmmaker Van Groeningen uses bluegrass music to advance his narrative
Broken Sky Writer/director Julián Hernández on love, desire and Marguerite Duras
Broken Wings Writer/director Nir Bergman talks about making a non-political film in Israel
Brother To Brother Writer/director Rodney Evans on Bruce Nugent, the inspiration for his film
Brothers of the Head Co-directors Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe on their four-way collaboration
Bubba Ho-tep Director/co-writer Don Coscarelli on the elaborate jumpsuits worn by Elvis Presley
Bukowski: Born Into This Director John Dullaghan on "Struggling With Bukowski"
Bus 174 Director José Padilha reveals the untold story of the bus hijacking in Rio de Janeiro in 2000
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Cairo Time Writer/director Ruba Nadda on the adventure of filming in Cairo
Camp Writer/director Todd Graff reminisces about his days as a counselor at an acting camp for kids
Capote Director Bennett Miller on the true story of an American tragedy
Capturing the Friedmans Director Andrew Jarecki talks about our need to photograph our lives
Casa de los Babys Writer/director John Sayles on filming in the mountains above Acapulco
Casa de los Babys Writer/director John Sayles on filming in the mountains above Acapulco
Cat in Paris, A Filmmaker Alain Gagnol on creating an animated universe from nothing
Cave of the Yellow, Dog, The Director Byambasuren Davaa on working with a nomadic family
Cedar Rapids Director Miguel Arteta on creating a comic yet poignant adventure
Chaos Theory Director Marcos Siega on hitting the right emotional notes and comedic beats
Chico & Rita Director Fernando Trueba recounts a love story of movies and music
Chloe Director Atom Egoyan on marriage, eroticism, fidelity and trust
Choke Writer/director Clark Gregg on Chuck Palahniuk's dark comic fairy tale
City Island Writer/director Raymond De Felitta proves beautiful things can be found in strange places
City of God Director Fernando Meirelles on the mid-life crisis that led to his astounding film
Clearing, The Director Pieter Jan Brugge on making his first film as a director
Closed Circuit Screenwriter Steven Knight reveals why his film is both topical and timeless
Club Dread Director/co-writer Jay Chandrasekhar's tales of shooting on location in Mexico
Coco Chanel & Igor Stravinsky Filmmaker Jan Kounen on couples and the creative impulse
Coffee in Berlin, A Filmmaker Jan Ole Gerster on the remarkable city that is Berlin
Cold Souls Writer/Director Sophie Barthes on the dream that inspired her film
Cold in July Director Jim Mickle on his love and fascination for Southern Noirs
Cold Souls Writer/Director Sophie Barthes on the dream that inspired her film
Color Me Kubrick Writer Anthony Frewin researches a con artist for Stanley Kubrick
Company, The Director Robert Altman on the agony of the feet
Conan O'Brien Can't Stop Director Rodman Flender sees Conan O'Brien give back to his fans
Confetti Writer/director Debbie Isitt visits a naturist community in the U.K.
Conspirator, The Director Robert Redford on telling a story about America
Control Room Director Jehane Noujaim seeks the truth about the second U.S. war with Iraq
Conviction Director Tony Goldwyn on the bond between brothers and sisters
Cooler, The Director/co-writer Wayne Kramer tries to exorcise a life filled with bad luck
Cool It Director Ondi Timoner on taking a rational approach toward global warming
Corporation, The Co-directors Mark Achbar & Jennifer Abbott's insights into making and selling their film
Crash Writer/director Paul Haggis on the origins of Crash
Crazy Horse Filmmaker Frederick Wiseman on capturing a wide range of behavior on film
Cronicas Writer/director Sebastián Cordero challenges the stereotype of the serial killer
Cutie and the Boxer Director Zachary Heinzerling on what attracted him to his film subjects
Cyrus Filmmakers Jay Duplass and Mark Duplass on their first studio film
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Dancer Upstairs, The John Malkovich on the 7 years it took to make his directorial debut
Dangerous Method, A Director David Cronenberg on Freud's strangely modern chair
Dark Horse Director Todd Solondz on the price of making a film
Dead Girl, The Writer/director Karen Moncrieff confronts violence against women
Dead Man's Shoes Director Shane Meadows takes revenge
Dear Frankie Director Shona Auerbach's journey from blackbird to film director
Dear Wendy Director Thomas Vinterberg courts controversy with Dear Wendy
Debt, The Director John Madden on making a visceral, thought-provoking thriller
Deep Blue Sea, The Writer/director Terence Davies on the most power of all human emotions
Delicacy Directors David & Stéphane Foenkinos on a most unlikely romantic couple
Deliver Us From Evil Filmmaker Amy Berg hopes to turn detachment to compassion
demonlover Writer/director Olivier Assayas on the last day of shooting
Devil and Daniel Johnston, The Writer/director Jeff Feuerzeig introduces Casper the Friendly Ghost
Devil's Double, The Actor Dominic Cooper on realizing his twin roles
Dig! Excerpts from writer/director Ondi Timoner's filmmaking diary
Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel Filmmaker Lisa Immordino Vreeland captures Diana's fabled life
Diggers Director Katherine Dieckmann on making a '70s period film look and feel authentic
Dirty Shame, A Writer/director John Waters introduces his #1 idol, exploitation filmmaker Kroger Babb
Dirty Wars Co-writer and journalist Jeremy Scahill explores areas of intense conflict
Dom Hemingway Filmmaker Richard Shepard on Jude Law's enjoyably larger than life character
Don't Move Actor/writer/director Sergio Castellitto on opposite worlds trying to find a point of contact
dot the i Writer/director Matthew Parkhill on playing with people's expectations
Double Hour, The Director Giuseppe Capotondi on reviving a post-modern Italian genre
Drawing Restraint 9 Writer/director Matthew Barney on the difficulties of shooting his film
Dreamers, The Director Bernardo Bertolucci pays homage to the spirit of youth
Drinking Buddies Filmmaker Joe Swanberg on craft beer and romantic comedies
Dumbstruck Director Mark Goffman on making it as a ventriloquist
Dust to Glory Writer/director Dana Brown on perception and the Baja 1000 race
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Earth Days Filmmaker Robert Stone on environmentalism’s legacy
Easy Virtue Director Stephan Elliott on his adaptation of Noël Coward's 1924 play
East, The Filmmaker Zal Batmanglij on the power of the tribe
Eclipse, The Director/co-writer Conor McPherson on supernatural stories
El Crimen Perfecto Director/co-writer Álex de la Iglesia offers "750 Words About Cinema"
Elegy Director Isabel Coixet on adapting Philip Roth's novel for the screen
Elektra Luxx Director Sebastian Gutierrez brings us up to date on his main character
Elevator to the Gallows Vincent Malle reminisces about his brother Louis’s debut film
Embalmer, The Director and co-writer Matteo Garrone introduces his acclaimed black fable
Emperor Director Peter Webber on bringing postwar Japan to life in his film
Enduring Love Director Roger Michell recalls shooting the film's opening hot-air balloon sequence
Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room Writer/director Alex Gibney imagines Enron: The Musical
Eros Wong Kar Wai, Steven Soderbergh and two of Michelangelo Antonioni's associates comment on Eros
Eulogy Writer/director Michael Clancy on his love of laughter, and the letter that started it all
Evening Director Lajos Koltai explores the importance of life's choices and decisions, past and present
Everyday People Writer/director Jim McKay introduces a deleted scene from his HBO film
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Fading Gigolo Filmmaker John Turturro on the many sources of his human comedy
Fair Game Director Doug Liman on directing a real spy story
Fairy, The Filmmakers Gordon and Abel on developing their unique style of comedy
Family Law Writer/director Daniel Burman reflects on fatherhood
Farewell Director Christian Carion discusses Farewell, a man of many facets
Farewell, My Queen Director Benoît Jacquot on when the film counts, and nothing else
Far From Heaven Director Todd Haynes talks to FiLM Club members about his movie
Fateless Director Lajos Koltai sees "The World Upside Down"
Fed Up Director Stephanie Soechtig sets the record straight with the American public
Festival Express Director Bob Smeaton discusses the discovery and restoration of the archival footage
Finding Vivian Maier Directors Charlie Siskel & John Maloof on discovering the hidden gifts of Vivian Maier.
First Grader, The Director Justin Chadwick on the adventure of filming in Kenya
First Snow Director/co-writer Mark Fergus on the snow that saved the day
Five Obstructions, The Read an essay and two poems by co-writer/co-director Jørgen Leth
Fog of War, The Director Errol Morris asks—and answers—13 questions about his filmmaking
Forks Over Knives Filmmakers Brian Wendel and Lee Fulkerson on a whole-foods diet
Forty Shades of Blue Director/co-writer Ira Sachs lists 31 things that make up his film
Frank Director Lenny Abrahamson finds Frank trickier to describe than it was to make
Frida Notes on Frida from director Julie Taymor
Friends With Kids Filmmaker Jennifer Westfeldt discusses her slighty subversive comedy
Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus Director Steven Shainberg on the beauty of every body
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Garage Days Director Alex Proyas writes about filming his comic anti-musical in Australia
Genius on Hold Filmmaker Gregory Marquette on a different sort of "mob" story
George A. Romero's Survival of the Dead Filmmaker George A. Romero on his sixth zombie film
The German Doctor Filmmaker Puenzo tries to understand why Argentina opened its doors to Nazis
Get Low Director Aaron Schneider on bringing a film's elements together
Gimme the Loot Filmmaker Adam Leon tells a lighthearted, universal story of youth
Ginger & Rosa Writer/director Sally Potter portrays a world of idealism in the '60s
Girl With a Pearl Earring Director Peter Webber on the cinema where he fell in love with the movies
Girl Who Played With Fire, The Director Daniel Alfredson on shooting two films in one hundred days
Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, The Director Niels Arden Oplev on making the best possible film
Gloria Filmmaker Sebastián Lelio sees his film as a celebration of life
God Grew Tired of Us Director Christopher Quinn's filmmaking journey
Golden Door Writer/director Emanuele Crialese sees his film as a challenge and an act of love
Good, the Bad and the Ugly, The MGM Film Archivist John Kirk on making the film 'bigger and badder'
Good Thief, The Writer and director Neil Jordan talks about his tale of a double heist
Gore Vidal: The United States of Amnesia Director Nicholas Wrathall captures Gore Vidal at his provocative best
The Grand Seduction Director Don McKellar on the beauty of Newfoundland and its people
Grassroots Filmmaker Stephen Gyllenhaal on one very funny, true Seattle story
Grbavica: The Land of My Dreams Writer/director Jasmila Zbanic travels from snowy Bosnia to sunny L.A.
Great Beauty, The Filmmaker Paolo Sorrentino on the seeming effortlessness of life in Rome
Greenberg Read a brief Q&A with writer/director Noah Baumbach
The Green Prince Director Nadav Schirman on sharing secrets and the courage to trust
Griff The Invisible Filmmaker Leon Ford on the greatest superpower of all
Guard, The Filmmaker John Michael McDonagh on comedic darkness in his film
Guide to Recognizing Your Saints, A Writer/director Dito Montiel on the madness of filmmaking
Gunner Palace Co-director Michael Tucker on his newfound understanding of our soldiers
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Half Nelson Director/co-writer Ryan Fleck on the things in life that put us in half nelsons
happythankyoumoreplease Filmmaker/star Josh Radnor on our shared cinematic experiences
Hard Candy Excerpts from director David Slade's shooting diary
Harry and Max Writer/director Christopher Münch on characters struggling to find their way
Harry Brown Director Daniel Barber on working with Sir Michael Caine
Hawk Is Dying, The Writer/director Julian Goldberger spends time on location in Gainesville, Florida
Head in the Clouds Writer/director John Duigan on coincidences and "synchronicity"
Head-On Writer/director Fatih Akin on the value and danger of tearing down walls
Hector and the Search for Happiness Director/co-writer Peter Chelsom on why spreading happiness matters
Hedgehog, The Filmmaker Mona Achache on adapting a major bestseller
Hello I Must Be Going Screenwriter Sarah Koskoff on radical acts of rebellion
Henry Poole Is Here Director Mark Pellington on the unexpected places life takes us
Henry's Crime Director Malcolm Venville on the emotional challenges of his characters
Higher Ground Director/star Vera Farmiga on the search for universal truths
Hitchcock Director Sacha Gervasi on a complex and contradictory creative talent
Holy Girl, The Director/co-writer Lucrecia Martel on the side-effects of falling off a cliff
Holy Land, The Writer/Director Eitan Gorlin on a side of Israel that few outsiders even know exist
Holy Rollers Director Kevin Asch on developing his characters for the film
Home at the End of the World, A Director Michael Mayer on shooting his first Super 8 film
Horse Boy, The The director and producer/author discuss their spiritual journey
Host, The Director/co-writer Bong Joon-ho waxes on the Loch Ness monster
Hotel Rwanda Director/co-writer Terry George on the heroic efforts of Paul Rusesabagina
House of Flying Daggers Director Zhang Yimou on shooting the final fight scene in the snow
House of Fools Writer and director Andrei Konchalovsky on the battle between Artist and Critic
House of Sand, The Director Andrucha Waddington is inspired by a photograph
Human Resources Manager, The Director Eran Riklis describes a shooting day
Hunter, The Director Daniel Nettheim on creating a gripping contemporary thriller
Hunting Party, The For writer/director Richard Shepard, it's all about location
Hurt Locker, The Director Kathryn Bigelow on the importance of casting the perfect actor
Hustle & Flow Writer/director Craig Brewer on the musical legacy of Memphis
Hyde Park on Hudson Director Roger Michell recounts the first day shooting his film
Hysteria Director Tanya Wexler on a silly and sexy therapy treatment
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I'll Sleep When I'm Dead Director Mike Hodges ponders space and time
I'm Not Scared Director Gabriele Salvatores re-tells a shaggy dog story
I'm So Excited! Writer/director Pedro Almodóvar on comedy and actors
I Am Love Writer/director Luca Guadagnino on the visual language of film
I Origins Filmmaker Mike Cahill offers a few fun facts about the human eye
Ice Harvest, The Director Harold Ramis confronts his own dark side
If You Build It Filmmaker Patrick Creadon sees young kids re-design their community
Illusionist, The Writer/director Neil Burger on the transition from short story to feature film
Imagine Me & You Writer/director Ol Parker on love at first sight
In a Better World Director Susanne Bier on the fragility of an idealistic society
In America Director/co-writer Jim Sheridan on the importance of family in his films
In a World... Filmmaker Lake Bell says her new comedy is teeming with intimacy
In Darkness Filmmaker Charlie Stratton on sexual attraction and unstoppable obsession
In My Country Director John Boorman on truth, freedom and forgiveness
In Secret Director Agnieszka Holland creates real characters and places in her film
In the Pit Director Juan Carlos Rulfo looks at the heart and soul of Mexico City
In the Realms of the Unreal Writer/director Jessica Yu steps into Henry Darger's room
In the Valley of Elah Writer/director Paul Haggis on the inspiration for his film
Incendies Director Dennis Villeneuve on a family's path to understanding
Infamous Writer/director Douglas McGrath on the world of Truman Capote
Intended, The Director/co-writer Kristian Levring on making a film in the middle of the jungle
Interview Actor/director Steve Buscemi remakes Dutch filmmaker Theo van Gogh's searing drama
Intouchables, The Filmmakers Nakache and Toledano react to the film’s international success
Introducing the Dwights Director Cherie Nowlan describes the joy of working with Brenda Blethyn
Intruder, The Director/co-writer Claire Denis finds a beating heart
Ira & Abby Actor/writer Jennifer Westfeldt's relatives are divorce pioneers
Island President, The Director Jon Shenk documents a true David/Goliath tale
Ivory Tower Director Andrew Rossi’s call to action to reform higher education
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Jack Goes Boating Actor/director Philip Seymour Hoffman on keeping his characters relatable
Jane Austen Book Club, The Director Robin Swicord on the similarity between cooking and filmmaking
Jane Eyre Director Cary Joji Fukunaga on the resonant performances in his film
Japanese Story Director Sue Brooks writes about the challenges of starting production
Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child Filmmaker Tamra Davis on the life and art of the artist
Jeff, Who Lives at Home Filmmakers Jay and Mark Duplass explain why your destiny awaits
Jesus Camp Filmmakers Heidi Ewing & Rachel Grady on the world of Evangelicals
Jimi: All Is By My Side Filmmaker John Ridley on the year in London that transformed Jimmy into Jimi
Jindabyne Director Ray Lawrence on his passion for Raymond Carver's short story
Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work Writer/director Ricki Stern and co-director Annie Sundberg on a pop icon
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Kaboom Writer/director Gregg Araki gets back to his indie roots
Kill the Messenger Director Michael Cuesta on the debt we owe to journalist Gary Webb
Killer Joe Director William Friedkin serves up a raw and unflinching film
Killer of Sheep Writer/director Charles Burnett on Hollywood's color barrier
King, The Director/co-writer James Marsh muses on the power of prayer
King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters, The Director Seth Gordon documents more than Donkey Kong
Kings and Queen Director/co-writer Arnaud Desplechin on women destined for tragedy
Kings of Summer, The Director Jordan Vogt-Roberts takes his audience on a journey of honesty and humor
Kinsey Writer/director Bill Condon on Dr. Alfred Kinsey and America's sexual revolution
Kitchen Stories Writer/director Bent Hamer on the desire of the human heart to escape classification
Korengal Director Sebastian Junger brings Korengal straight from the battlefield to you
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Lady Chatterley Director/co-writer Pascale Ferran on sexual hypocrisy
Land Ho! Filmmakers Martha Stephens and Aaron Katz on filming in Iceland
Last Call at the Oasis Director Jessica Yu films indelible images of a water crisis
Last Days Writer/director Gus Van Sant recalls his first and only meeting with Kurt Cobain
Last Days in Vietnam Landmark Theatres CEO Ted Mundorff interviews filmmaker Rory Kennedy
Last of Robin Hood, The Filmmakers Richard Glatzer & Wash Westmoreland discover their holy grail
Last King of Scotland, The Director Kevin Macdonald on the relationship Idi Amin had with his people
Last Lions, The Filmmakers Dereck and Beverly Joubert on capturing the real lives of lions
Last Mountain, The Director/co-writer Bill Haney witnesses a movement for change
Latter Days Writer/director C. Jay Cox talks about growing up Mormon and his love of movies
Lawless Heart Co-writer and co-director Neil Hunter on filming in his home town in Essex
Lbs. Director/co-writer Matthew Bonifacio's motivation for making Lbs.
Le Divorce Producer Ismail Merchant on the crucial role music plays in his filmmaking
Lebanon Writer/director Samuel Maoz on overcoming real war experiences
Let the Fire Burn Filmmaker Jason Osder on childhood's expiration date
Leonard Cohen I'm Your Man Director Lian Lunson on musicians, poets and singers as "spiritual warriors"
Levity Director Ed Solomon on writing a film about one man's search for redemption
Le Week-End Director Roger Michell on the challenges of the first day of shooting
Libertine, The Director Laurence Dunmore meets actor John Malkovich
Life, Above All Director Oliver Schmitz on dealing with stigma through the eyes of a child
Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, The Director of Animation Henry Selick on the film's Crayon Pony fish
Life Itself Director Steve James on Rober Ebert’s unquenchable passion for life itself
Like Crazy Filmmaker Drake Doremus describes making a film that feels real
Lila Says Director/co-writer Ziad Doueiri searches for the perfect actress to play Lila
Lilting Filmmaker Hong Khaou on grief, memories and the importance of humor
Little Miss Sunshine Co-directors Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris get motivated
Live and Become Director/co-writer Radu Mihaileanu asks "What is human identity?"
Lives of Others, The Writer/director Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck becomes his own villain
Locke Filmmaker Steven Knight experiments with an odd phenomenon of modern life
Look Both Ways Writer/director Sarah Watt creates romantic comedy from fear and anxiety
Lore Director Cate Shortland takes a road trip through Germany to scout locations
Lost City, The Actor/director Andy Garcia finds solace in the music of Cuba
Lost in La Mancha A first-hand look at the 'un-making' of Terry Gilliam's Don Quixote
Lost Skeleton of Cadavra, The Writer/director Larry Blamire on sci-fi/horror films of the 1950s
Love is Strange Filmmaker Ira Sachs on the bond between his actors and their characters
Love Me If You Dare Director/co-writer Yann Samuell on "The Singing Wheel"
Love Ranch Filmmaker Taylor Hackford explains a morality tale amid Nevada's brothels
Lower City Director/co-writer Sérgio Machado subverts the classic love triangle
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Machinist, The Director Brad Anderson on the music for his film, and how a Theremin saved the day
Mad Hot Ballroom Director Marilyn Agrelo recalls "The Gorey Details" of her film
Madame Satã Writer/director Karim Aïnouz reveals his fascination with the real-life Madame Satã
Made in Dagenham Filmmaker Nigel Cole on directing an uplifting working class story
Magic Trip Filmmaker Alison Ellwood climbs "on the bus"
Mambo Italiano Director/co-writer Émile Gaudreault talks about creating comedy
Man on the Train Director Patrice Leconte recalls his childhood passion for movie ice cream
Man with the Screaming Brain Director/co-writer/star Bruce Campbell on filming in Bulgaria
Man with the Screaming Brain Director/co-writer/star Bruce Campbell on filming in Bulgaria
Management Writer/director Stephen Belber on the creation of his two characters
Mao's Last Dancer Director Bruce Beresford on finding the perfect lead actor
March of the Penguins Read a brief excerpt from director Luc Jacquet's script
Maria Full of Grace Writer/director Joshua Marston on feeling "half-in, half-out"
Martha Marcy May Marlene Writer/director Sean Durkin on portraying a cult escapee
Marwencol Filmmaker Jeff Malmberg on exploring an artistic world like no other
Matador, The Writer/director Richard Shepard creates the Julian Noble character
Mayor of the Sunset Strip Rodney Bingenheimer on his life-long obsession with music
McLibel Take director Franny Armstrong’s “McLibel Quiz”
Me and You and Everyone We Know Writer/director/star Miranda July on her debut feature
Mean Creek Writer/director Jacob Aaron Estes on the generosity of his collaborators
Men, Women & Children Writer/director Jason Reitman on making movies that ask questions
Merchant of Venice, The Director Michael Radford's essay on Shakespeare and the Jews
Messenger, The Director Oren Moverman on the need to find optimism in dark times
Metallica: Some Kind of Monster Co-directors Joe Berlinger & Bruce Sinofsky's amazing journey
Micmacs Filmmaker Jean-Pierre Jeunet on the sheer joy of directing
Mighty Wind, A Actor Bob Balaban on what it's like to work on a Christopher Guest mockumentary
Mill & The Cross, The Filmmaker Lech Majewski immerses himself in Pieter Bruegel’s painting
MirrorMask Director Dave McKean offers "24 Lessons a Second"
Mondovino Director Jonathan Nossiter reveals The Muffled Sounds of a Good Drunk
Monsieur Ibrahim Actor Omar Sharif on his role as an elderly Muslim in Paris
Monsieur Lazhar Filmmaker Philippe Falardeau on finding the "right" story for his film
Monster Writer/director Patty Jenkins on the awesome responsibility of telling a true story
Monty Python's Life of Brian An extract from Always Look on the Bright Side of Life by Robert Sellers
Morning Light A letter from executive producers Roy E. Disney and Leslie DeMeuse
Mood Indigo Filmmaker Michel Gondry materializes the world of author Boris Vian
Moon Director Duncan Jones on his debut feature Moon
Most Wanted Man, A Director Anton Corbijn on adapting John le Carré’s book for the screen
Mother, The Director Roger Michell on making The Mother
Mother and Child Writer/director Rodrigo García discusses parent-child ties
Motorcycle Diaries, The Director Walter Salles on his characters' journey of self-discovery
Mudge Boy Writer/director Michael Burke on working with animals
Murderball Co-director Henry Alex Rubin on the obstacles one faces in a world of paralysis
Muscle Shoals Director Greg Camalier finds himself through a living piece of history
My Best Friend Director/co-writer Patrice Leconte on love and friendship
My Flesh and Blood Director Jonathan Karsh on the year he spent documenting the Tom family
My Life Without Me Writer/director Isabel Coixet lays bare the anxiety and exhiliration of the film shoot
My Old Lady Writer/director Israel Horovitz on transforming his play for the screen
My Summer of Love Writer/director Pawel Pawlikowski explains himself
Mysterious Skin Writer/director Gregg Araki shares some of the script supervisor’s Polaroids
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Namesake, The Director Mira Nair contemplates the influence of photography on her work
Navigators, The Director Ken Loach's moving tribute to the film's late author, Rob Dawber
Nebraska Actor Bob Odenkirk on Alexander Payne’s comical, heartbreaking, road-trip family-film
NBT Never Been Thawed Director/co-writer Sean Anders on the creation of his homegrown comedy
Night Listener Director/co-writer Patrick Stettner expects the unexpected
Night Watch (Nochnoi Dozor) Timur Bekmambetov introduces us to the odd inhabitants of his film
Nine Lives Writer/director Rodrigo García reveals some of his favorite women from cinema
No End in Sight Director Charles Ferguson on the rewards and challenges of making his debut film
Nói Writer/director Dagur Kári shares the wisdom of others with a stack of 3x5 index cards
Nomi Song, The Writer/director Andrew Horn on the making of his Klaus Nomi documentary
Northfork Filmmakers Mark and Michael Polish on their film's story arc and real-life ark
Notes on a Scandal Director Richard Eyre considers loneliness
Notorious Bettie Page, The Director/co-writer Mary Harron is still bewildered over Bettie
Nowhere in Africa Director Caroline Link on shooting her film on location in Kenya
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Off The Map Director Campbell Scott on "The Quiet Joys of Off the Map"
Oh in Ohio, The Director Billy Kent searches for a piece of plastic with comedic potential
On a Clear Day Director Gaby Dellal tackles the challenges she set for herself
One Day Director Lone Scherfig sees her film with an audience for the first time
One from the Heart Director/co-writer Francis Ford Coppola on the rebirth of his 1982 film
One Last Thing... Director Alan Steyermark looks at the future of entertainment
One to Another Co-director Jean-Marc Barr comments on youth, the body, sex and more
On My Way Filmmaker Emmanuelle Bercot on her love for actress Catherine Deneuve
Open Water Writer/director Chris Kentis on swimming with sharks
Oranges and Sunshine Director Jim Loach meets the woman who uncovered an incredible scandal
Oranges, The Director Julian Farino celebrates humanity and its fallibility in his film
Osama Writer/director Saddiq Barmak on the aspirations and desires of Afghan filmmakers
Other Dream Team, The Director Marius A. Markevicius on a team's incredible journey
Other F Word, The Director Andrea Blaugrund Nevins explores the seeming oxymoron of punk rock fatherhood
Other Side of the Street, The Director/co-writer Marcos Bernstein on the creation of the script
Our Brand is Crisis Director Rachel Boynton reflects on her trips to Bolivia
Owning Mahowny Director Richard Kwietniowski on why he's drawn to stories of obsessive behavior
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Page Turner, The Director/co-writer Denis Dercourt helps actors become musicians
Painted Veil, The Director John Curran on shooting in China
Palindromes Writer/director Todd Solondz on his unusual approach to casting
Paper Heart Writer/director Nicholas Jasenovec on his film’s three-year journey to the screen
Paris Je T'aime Thoughts on Paris from twelve international directors
Party Monster Author James St. James's true-life dress-up adventure
Passionada Director Dan Ireland reveals his all-time favorite incurably romantic films
Perks of Being a Wallflower, The Filmmaker Stephen Chbosky shares his single greatest artistic experience
Personal Velocity Filmmaker Rebecca Miller on the genesis of her film
Pieces of April Writer/director Peter Hedges on the genesis of his screenplay for Pieces of April
Please Give Writer/director Nicole Holofcener on the hazards of being a good person
POM Wonderful Presents: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold Director Morgan Spurlock on the power
   of product placement in a film
Potiche Director François Ozon on using humor to comment on today's reality
Prairie Home Companion, A Writer Garrison Keillor on what it's like to be from Minnesota
Pretty Persuasion Director Marcos Siega's "Anatomy of a Not So Teen Movie"
Price of Sugar, The Director/co-writer Bill Haney discovers the true price of sugar
Priceless Director Pierre Salvadori on meeting the right person at the wrong time
Pride & Prejudice Director Joe Wright on the greatest theme in drama and storytelling
Primer Writer/director Shane Carruth on trying to make a feature film for $7,000
Prince Avalanche Filmmaker David Gordon Green on his stars’ odd couple dynamic
Prophet, A Director Jacques Audiard on the common language of film
Proteus Filmmakers John Greyson & Jack Lewis on picturing history
Proposition, The Director John Hillcoat reinvents the Western genre in Australia
p.s. Writer/director Dylan Kidd on "Directing a Film in Seven Simple Steps"
Puccini for Beginners Writer/director Maria Maggenti is interviewed by her lead character
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Quid Pro Quo Writer/director Carlos Brooks discusses his investigative journalism thriller
Quinceañera Filmmakers Richard Glatzer & Wash Westmoreland's "Immaculate Conception"
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Rabbit Hole Director John Cameron Mitchell recalls a poignant past
Rabbit-Proof Fence An excerpt from director Phillip Noyce's filmmaking diary
Rabbit-Proof Fence Cinematographer Christopher Doyle's stunning photo collages
Raising Victor Vargas Director Peter Sollet on growing up in Brooklyn and his debut film
Reconstruction Director/co-writer Christoffer Boe explains why he chose to make a film about love
Renaissance Director Christian Volckman on the film's complexity
Renoir Filmmaker Gilles Bourdos describes a suffering artist's desire for beauty
Restless Producer Bryce Dallas Howard on the power of the film's screenplay
Restrepo Filmmaker Tim Hetherington recalls Afghanistan in 200
Riding Giants Director Stacy Peralta offers advice for budding filmmakers
Rivers and Tides Andy Goldsworthy explains how nature informs his transient works of art
Road, The Director John Hillcoat on the power of Carmac McCarthy's poetic prose
Robot & Frank Director Jake Schreier imagines a robot as one's best friend
Robot Stories Writer/director Greg Pak's emotional take on robots and artificial intelligence
The Rocket Filmmaker Kim Mordaunt on finding stories of courage and survival in Laos
Rocket Science Writer/director Jeffrey Blitz's war of the words...
Rosenstrasse Co-writer Pamela Katz on the protest against the Nazis named the "resistance of the heart"
Royal Affair, A Filmmaker Nikolaj Arcel on a dramatic moment in European history
Ruby Sparks Directors Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris on their funny, believable cast
Russian Ark Alexander Sokurov ponders how his film will be received in America
Rust and Bone Co-screenwriter Thomas Bidegain on the inspirations for his love story
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Safety of Objects, The Author A.M. Homes on the origin of her collection of short stories
Saint Ralph Writer/director Michael McGowan on the origins of his inspirational film
Salmon Fishing in the Yemen Director Lasse Hallström transcends genres in his film
Sarah's Key Writer/director Gilles Paquet-Brenner on reevaluating the past
Savages, The Writer/director Tamara Jenkins on the day she cast actor Philip Bosco
Saved! Director/co-writer Brian Dannelly's comic encounters with Jesus
Schultze Gets the Blues Writer/director Michael Schorr's tale of "Schultze, Supertankers and Me"
Science of Sleep, The Filmmaker Michel Gondry has nightmares about huge, unwieldy hands
Sea, The Writer and director Baltasar Kormákur gazes into the eye of the storm
Sea Inside, The Director/co-writer Alejandro Amenábar on the journey of his film's subject and audience
Searching for Sugar Man Director Malik Bendjelloul on the big mysteries in Rodriguez's career
Secret in Their Eyes, The Writer/director Juan José Campanella on love in its purest form
Secret Lives of Dentists, The Director Alan Rudolph talks about filming the script exactly as written
Secretary Erin Cressida Wilson on the inspiration for her screenplay
Senna Director Asif Kapadia documents a genuine sports legend
Separate Lies Writer/director Julian Fellowes on themes of choice and doubt
Sessions, The Filmmaker Ben Lewin on the curious subject of sex surrogacy
Severance Director/co-writer Christopher Smith traces his love of horror films
She Hate Me Director/co-writer Spike Lee explains the name of his film
Shopgirl Director Anand Tucker offers a list of some of his favorite L.A. things
Shortbus Writer/director John Cameron Mitchell's essay "Why My New Film Has Real Sex In It"
Short Term 12 Filmmaker Destin Daniel Cretton reflects on his own work with at-risk teenagers
Siddharth Filmmaker Richie Mehta on the real event that inspired his film
Silence, The Filmmaker Baran bo Odar on the dark secrets of his film's characters
Simon and the Oaks Director Lisa Ohlin on finding the perfect oak tree for her film
Sin Nombre Writer/director Cary Joji Fukunaga on the risks he took to make his debut feature
Singing Detective, The Director Keith Gordon on Dennis Potter's adaptation of his 1980s BBC series
Single Man, A Director Tom Ford finds his voice as a filmmaker
Situation, The Director Philip Haas goes behind the headlines in Iraq
Skeleton Twins, The Director/co-writer Craig Johnson on creating memorable movie moments
Sleeping Dogs Lie Writer/director Bobcat Goldthwait on learning to keep your mouth shut
Smashed Filmmaker James Ponsoldt on figuring out how to be a responsible adult
Snow Angels Writer/director David Gordon Green transforms Stewart O’Nan’s book into a movie
Snow Flower and the Secret Fan Director Wayne Wang on friendship and the laotong tradition in China
Somersault Writer/director Cate Shortland on working with Decoder Ring
Somewhere Writer/director Sofia Coppola depicts an actor's personal crisis
Somewhere Between Director Linda Goldstein Knowlton on belonging and identity
Sophie Scholl: The Final Days Director Marc Rothemund on the life of a true heroine
Sound of My Voice Filmmaker Zal Batmanglij on infiltrating the fringes in his film
The Spectacular Now Director James Ponsoldt on relatable teenagers you rarely see in movies
Spider Director David Cronenberg talks about why he made the movie Spider
Spider See an exclusive David Cronenberg photo and read comments from the director
Spinning Plates Filmmaker Joseph Levy on the finest triumphs of the human condition
Square, The Filmmakers Nash and Joel Edgerton on making their debut feature
Squid and the Whale, The Writer/director Noah Baumbach talks about the title of his film
Stage Beauty Director Richard Eyre writes about filmmaking and the allure of the stage
Stander Director Bronwen Hughes recalls her on-location shoot in South Africa
Starlet Filmmaker Sean Baker builds his film on a moral dilemma
Starter for 10 Director Tom Vaughn on the challenging business of adapting a novel
Statement, The Director Norman Jewison on shooting many of his films on location in Europe
Station Agent, The Writer/director Tom McCarthy on developing his lead character's outsider status
Stander Director Bronwen Hughes recalls her on-location shoot in South Africa
Stephanie Daley Writer/director Hilary Brougher on lies, superstitions and rites of passage
Still Mine Filmmaker Michael McGowan on his collaboration with his leading man
Stoker Director Park Chan-wook on his twisted fairy tale
Stonewall Uprising Filmmakers Kate Davis and David Heilbroner on the June, 1969 riots
Strangers With Candy Director Paul Dinello on "The Taste of Independence"
Super Size Me Director Morgan Spurlock tackles the American obesity epidemic
Surfwise Director Doug Pray on the catch-22 of making movies about real people
Sweet Land Writer/director Ali Selim on the foundation of America
Swimming Pool Director Franois Ozon on the fears and pleasures of directing films
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Take Me to the River Director Martin Shore on a powerful style of documentary filmmaking
Taking Woodstock Writer/Producer James Schamus on making a film about happiness
Talk To Her Filmmaker Pedro Almodovar’s self-interview
Tamara Drewe Director Stephen Frears finds adapting a comic strip to be liberating
Tarnation Writer/director Jonathan Caouette reveals "Twenty-Five Things That I Love"
Take Shelter Filmmaker Jeff Nichols creates a thriller by channeling real-life anxieties
Teenage Filmmaker Matt Wolf sees teenagers at the front of major political and cultural change
Tell Them Who You Are Filmmaker Mark Wexler faces “the moment of truth”
Terri Director Azazel Jacobs on the twists and turns of high school
Testosterone Director/co-writer David Moreton talks about shooting on location in Argentina
Tetro Writer/director Francis Ford Coppola on his return to independent filmmaking
Thanks For Sharing Filmmaker Stuart Blumberg stands in awe of his actors’ fearlessness
Thank You for Smoking Writer/director Jason Reitman meets the real Nick Naylor
Theory of Everything, The Director James Marsh on the importance of casting the right actors for his film
Thirst Writer/director Park Chan-wook didn't set out to make a vampire film
Thirteen Director Catherine Hardwicke on co-writing her debut feature with the film's 13-year-old co-star
This Film Is Not Yet Rated Director/co-writer Kirby Dick steps into a Kafka novel
Thousand Years of Good Prayers, A Director Wayne Wang on paring things down to get closer to the truth
Thumbsucker Writer/director Mike Mills' inspiration to make Thumbsucker
Tillman Story, The Director Amir Bar-Lev and producer John Battsek on a family's strength
Tim's Vermeer Filmmaker Teller lets us see Vermeer's genius in a new light
Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy Director Tomas Alfredson re-imagines a classic spy thriller
Toast Director S. J. Clarkson on creating a magical fairy tale about food
Together Director Chen Kaige on the transforming power of classical music
Tokyo Godfathers Director Satoshi Kon on the homelessness of the film's three lead characters
Tomboy Filmmaker Céline Sciamma portrays the crazy energy of childhood
Tonight You're Mine Director David Mackenzie on filming in the mud and mayhem
Touch of Pink Writer/director Ian Iqbal Rashid on the power of Hollywood films around the world
Touching the Void Director Kevin Macdonald on the challenges he faced while shooting on location
Trance Director Danny Boyle on hypnosis and the power of the mind
Transamerica Writer/director Duncan Tucker offers a brief transsexual lexicon
Travellers & Magicians Director Khyentse Norbu on "Life As Cinema"
Triplets of Bellevile, The Writer/director Sylvain Chomet talks about the inspiration for his animated film
Tropical Malady Writer/director Apichatpong Weerasethakul on the jungle as a main character
Trumbo Director Peter Askin on Trumbo's prophetic words
Tsotsi Writer/director Gavin Hood recalls how crime has affected his family in South Africa
Twelve and Holding Director Michael Cuesta is drawn to stories that challenge and provoke
Twentynine Palms Writer/director Bruno Dumont's work notes for Twentynine Palms
Two Faces of January, The Filmmaker Hossein Amini on adapting Highsmith’s novel for the screen
Tying the Knot Director Jim de Seve on his personal journey while making Tying the Knot
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Undertow Director/co-writer David Gordon Green offers a poem on the pre-production process
United States of Leland, The Writer/director Matthew Ryan Hoge on society's reaction to criminals
Unknown White Male Director Rupert Murray's essay "A Day to Remember"
(Untitled) Director/co-writer Jonathan Parker on creativity and success
Upside Down Writer/director Solanas on how a vision led to a filmmaking challenge
U.S. vs. John Lennon, The The filmmakers explore a rarely-discussed chapter in U.S. and Beatles history
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Venus An excerpt from director Roger Michell’s production diary
Vera Drake Writer/director Mike Leigh on the challenges of shooting a period film on a low budget
Vincere Writer/director Marco Bellocchio focuses on the fixation of a woman for a man
Visitor, The Director Tom McCarthy is fascinated by how and why people connect
Visitors Filmmaker Goddfrey Reggio on a journey into the vivid unknown
Viva Riva! Writer/director Djo Tunda wa Munga on his journey through cinema
Volver Writer/director Pedro Almodóvar sings the praises of Penélope Cruz and Carmen Maura
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Wadjda Filmmaker Haifaa Al Mansour explores the strength of women in Saudi Arabia
Walk on Water Director Eytan Fox on his inspiration for creating a journey on film
Walker, The Writer/director Paul Schrader explores an American Gigolo in midlife
Wassup Rockers Writer/director Larry Clark survives the shoot
Way Way Back, The Directors Nat Faxon & Jim Rash are no strangers to unwanted rain
We Don't Live Here Anymore Director John Curran strikes gold with his script and actors
Whale Rider Writer and director Niki Caro on the importance of whales in Maori culture
What Maisie Knew Directors Scott McGehee and David Siegel on how a 6-year-old can carry a film
Where the Truth Lies Writer/director Atom Egoyan explains "The Thrust of the Idea"
Whistleblower, The Filmmaker Larysa Kondracki on a multi-faceted lead character
White Bird in a Blizzard Filmmaker Gregg Araki shares some stills from the set
White Irish Drinkers Writer/director John Gray recalls 1970s working-class Brooklyn
Who Killed the Electric Car? Writer/director Chris Paine faces the repo man
Why We Fight Writer/director Eugene Jarecki looks beyond Eisenhower's warning
Wilbur Wants to Kill Himself Writer/director Lone Scherfig on casting her first English-language film
Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill, The Director Judy Irving on how the birds mirror human society
Wildest Dream: The Conquest of Everest Director Anthony Geffen on the history of a climbing legend
William Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice Director Michael Radford on Shakespeare and the Jews
Winged Migration Filmmaker Jacques Perrin on the challenge of entering the world of birds
Winter in Wartime Filmmaker Martin Koolhoven on the WWII tradition in Dutch cinema
Winter Passing Writer/director Adam Rapp on unspoken, but charged relationships
Winter's Bone Director Debra Granik on the importance of location to a story
Winter Solstice Writer/director Josh Sternfeld on The Seven Steps to completing a film
Win Win Writer/director Tom McCarthy on putting trust in his film's cast
Wish You Were Here Filmmakers Felicity Price & Kieran Darcy-Smith mine their story for drama
Wonderland Director/co-writer James Cox talks about trying to capture the inside of John Holmes's soul
Wordplay Director/co-writer Patrick Creadon makes crossword puzzles exciting
World's Fastest Indian, The Writer/director Roger Donaldson premieres his film in New Zealand
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XX/XY Writer and director Austin Chick on love, relationships and his debut feature
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Yes Writer/director Sally Potter offers fragments and traces from the evolution of Yes
Yes Men, The The Yes Men provide an "Update from the Field" on their activities
Young Adam Writer/director David Mackenzie on cowards, custard and beatnik food sex games
Young Goethe in Love Producer/writer Christoph Müller on a famous writer's grief of love
Young Victoria, The Writer Julian Fellowes on the largely unknown early life of Queen Victoria
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Director Eran Riklis on enjoying the road to survival

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