It’s the film everybody’s been talking about, from a certain director named Quentin Tarantino.
A poor family’s and a rich family’s lives unexpectedly intersect in Palme d’Or-winning tragicomedy Parasite, from South Korean auteur Bong Joon-ho (Okja). With the film opening in Australian cinemas on June 27, Steve Newall spoke with Bong about how Parasite contemplates inequality, how this issue hits audiences worldwide, and the director’s experiences 24 hours after winning […]
“It was that very heightened reality that I really wanted to create”
Flicks recently got the chance to sit down with from Keanu Reeves and Halle Berry in New York.
Maria Lewis explores the history of this classic film and tracks down its directors for an interview.
‘She got very angry with me and was like, “It’s not a gimmick.”‘
“The Oscar was a crazy moment and it actually freed me up.”
“She’s such a formidable artist.”
“I just respond as myself, as a moviegoer”
“Alice is brave with snakes,” said mum Jane Campion.
Interview: the director and cast of Mortal Engines discuss building a visually ravishing future world
The director and key cast discuss the dizzying task of building a spectacular future world.
After introducing audiences to Best F(r)iends: Volume 1 earlier this year, writer and lead actor Greg Sestero returns with Best F(r)iends: Volume 2.
Interview: S. Craig Zahler on directing Mel Gibson and filming hardcore action for Dragged Across Concrete
We sat down to speak to writer/director S. Craig Zahler about what is sure to be a controversial production.
Helen Barlow speaks with Eddie Redmayne, Jude Law, Ezra Miller and more.
The blockbuster director talks to us about his latest visually striking film.
The star defends her erotic blockbusters and explains why she embraced horror.
“I’m the first man in my family to be an actor. That’s it.”
Interview: Ghosthunter director Ben Lawrence on making a documentary about being haunted by the past
With the enthralling documentary Ghosthunter currently in cinemas, we spoke with the director about his harrowing but healing film.