Italian director Valeria Golino tells us about life, death and debauchery in her second film Euphoria.
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Polish film director Agnieszka Holland on Holodomor, corrupt media and George Orwell.
Actor Stephan James on love, racial injustice and black masculinity in Barry Jenkins’ screen adaptation of James Baldwin novel If Beale Street Could Talk.
Australian documentary-maker Damon Gameau tells us about the making of his delightfully creative and eye-opening film envisioning how our world may look in 2040.
Belgian director Bas Devos speaks to us about his second feature Hellhole aiming to capture a fractured Brussels in the wake of the 2016 terror attacks.
German director Angela Schanelec discusses her non-conventional approach to filmmaking in I Was At Home, But.
Chinese film director Wang Xiaoshuai spoke with us about the capturing three decades of his country’s history through a personal tale of loss in his film.
German film director Nora Fingscheidt tells us why she wanted to make a film about a wild little girl.
Co-founder and artistic director of the London Short Film Festival on its unique history, diversity and programme for 2019.
Gael Garcia Bernal on The Accused, Mexican filmmakers and the political nature of cinema.