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Werner Herzog on Being a ‘Soldier of Cinema’ and the Relative Nature of Facts (Q&A)
The 70-year-old director discusses his new viral documentary and some of the highlights, and odd episodes, of his long career -- all with tears in his eyes.
Berlin Q&A: Director Matt Porterfield
The Baltimore-based filmmaker discusses his Berlinale entry "I Used to Be Darker", his canny use of music and bribing his benefactors by getting tattoos on his own body.
Berlin Q&A: Director Thomas Arslan
The German filmmaker discusses his Berlinale entry "Gold," directing his first period piece and the allure of films about fortune seekers.
Venice 2012: De Palma’s ‘Passion,’ Comencini’s ‘A Special Day’ Premiere on Festival’s Penultimate Day
The first collateral prizes also started to come in Friday, led by a pair of films from the Venice Days sidebar.
Venice 2012: Kristin Scott Thomas on Her Latest Roles and Her Discontent with the Oscars
The star discusses her role as a “terrifying godmother” in Nicolas Winding Refn’s “Only God Forgives," her twisted love for Brian de Palma and how Prince kick-started her career.
Venice 2012: Robert Redford’s ‘The Company You Keep’ Turns Heads on Lido
The thriller, which boasts an all-star cast, is the first film to both star and be helmed by the Sundance founder since 2007.
Venice 2012: Ulrich Seidl on His Controversial “Paradise: Faith” (Q&A)
The Austrian director responds to backlash from the Italian media for his "blasphemous" film, the second in a trilogy.
Harry Belafonte on Capitalism, Media Moguls and His Disappointment With Jay-Z and Beyonce (Q&A)
At the Locarno Film Festival to pick up the Golden Leopard Honor Award, the singer and actor also talks about his fears of a Fourth Reich and why Mitt Romney shouldn’t be president.