Guests include the director of The End of the Tour, James Ponsoldt; director of The Grief of Others, Patrick Wang; and the director of Two Step, Alex R. Johnson.
To get you in the mood for Thursday’s Animation Block Party, take a look at a few animated shorts from previous years.
This is no California coast, but nearby there’s a farmer’s market with an aspirational number of dads.
We talked to the directors of Kings of the Wind & Electric Queens about the film’s poetic structure.
Watch some delightfully unexpected meditations on matters of the heart.
Runoff director Kimberly Levin with her lead actor Neal Huff; Brigid Maher who has a new documentary feature called The Mama Sherpas; the team behind the new film Five Star, director Keith Miller & cast members Primo & John Diaz.
In Pho·to·vol·ta·ic, Khalik Allah foregrounds the complementary relationship between film and photography.
Guests on this episode of the podcast include Joshua Oppenheimer who discusses his latest film, The Look of Silence, his follow up to 2012’s The Act of Killing; multi media artist, the Brooklyn-based Marc Lafia; and Austin-based actors Heather Kafka and Jonny Mars.
We spoke with producer Qi about different sides of Chinese politics, narratives in the editing room, and honesty.
The guests are Tangerine director Sean Baker and his lead actor James Ransone; and filmmaker/distributor Jeff Lipsky discusses his company Adopt Films and his new film Mad Women.