An Interview With Holly Hunter

An Interview With Holly Hunter

In recent years, Holly Hunter has steadily carved out a niche as the first lady of independent filmmaking. She may not be on the Hollywood A-List, but as Ann Lee discovers, that’s almost entirely her own choice

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A Quick Chat With Lucas Belvaux

A Quick Chat With Lucas Belvaux

Belgium may not be renowned for its filmic exploits, but there can be little doubt that Lucas Belvaux’s Trilogy is as ambitous as cinema gets. Stuart Henderson talks to the director about his new films, Jean-Pierre Melville and the mind of the suicide bomber

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A Quick Chat With Dagur Kari

A Quick Chat With Dagur Kari

Dagur Kari’s first short film won a raft of international awards, and his debut feature Noi Albinoi has been an unexpected success on the arthouse circuit. Jason Wood met the young Icelandic filmmaker to discuss rainbows, snow and Jerry Seinfeld

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A Quick Chat with Jeff Blitz

A Quick Chat with Jeff Blitz

In a special interview with kamera.co.uk, Jeff Blitz, the director of Spellbound, talks with Paul Clarke about the making of the film, the joys of credit cards, and his own standard of spelling

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A Quick Chat with David Gordon Green

A Quick Chat with David Gordon Green

With two critically acclaimed films already in the can, David Gordon Green is one of the brightest lights of American independent cinema – and he’s only 28. Jason Wood caught up with him at the recent Cambridge Film festival

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A Quick Chat with Tom DiCillo

A Quick Chat with Tom DiCillo

A few years ago Tom DiCillo was one of the hottest indie directors around, but his most recent film didn’t even receive a cinema release in the States. Paul Clarke catches up with the ‘perennial teenager of American cinema’

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A Quick Chat with Lukas Moodyson

A Quick Chat with Lukas Moodyson

After the success of Show Me Love and Together, Lukas Moodysson has returned with a scathing examination of teenage life in Russia, Lilya 4-Ever. Tom Dawson met him to find out why his new film is as much about Sweden as the Soviet Union

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