“The conversation that happened because of the MeToo movement created the conditions for a movie like this to be financed. But I never connected to the idea of it being a MeToo movie. Ultimately, it’s about now that we know what these harms are, how do we move forward and heal in ways that are productive and full of hope and recovery?”
We spoke with the author and illustrator behind Est-ce qu’un artiste peut être heureux?, a project she began by interviewing her mother, Heather O’Neill.
3 out of 5 stars
An interview with the Scottish filmmaker about her American film school experience, working with Sundance and what it took to bring this personal, reflective film to the big screen.
The French filmmaker told us about adapting a novel set during the Nicaraguan Revolution, and resetting the story in modern-day Panama.
Rich, coked out Americans, who diagnose each other like TikTokers with a degree in anything but Psychology, become a cavalcade of corpses in Halina Reijn’s new film.
We spoke with the 22-year-old filmmaker about her micro-budget horror film Honeycomb, which recently premiered amid tangible buzz at Fantasia.
We interviewed the cinema legend about his latest film Crimes of the Future and much more.
“Once again, Cronenberg rearticulates the thesis of many of his films: If you change the body, you change the world.”
“David Yates’ third instalment in the Harry Potter spin-off is predictably entertaining, but soulless.”