On my off days, I despair. But in general, all this morbid thinking actually thrills me, making me more grateful for every second I'm allowed. And I owe On The Beach for teaching me to stop worrying and to love the bomb.
We talked to Bleeding Skull Video about why it's important not to let low-budget, homemade exploitation films get lost in the annals of time.
The film's plot is as sparse as the landscape it portrays, with both containing a great deal of overwhelming beauty.
Director Steve Onderick spent a year on the road with the last absurdist in American politics.
In White God, Hungarian director Kornél Mundruczó casts a harrowing light on Europe's moral crisis.
We talked to the cult director about new queer cinema, post-punk, and crushing on Eva Green.
Chance the Rapper stars in this short film about a depressed man who buys his death on a website called MrHappy.com.
Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter is based on a bizarre urban legend about a Japanese woman who died in North Dakota on a quest for fictitious treasure.
Say 'ello to my big budget.
"I don't speak any French, but it was OK, since the language and the emotion of the film are close to English, I think."
We Skyped with the legendary Chilean filmmaker to ask about his life and work, from his days as a young poet in Chile to his new Kickstarter, along with discussions of psychomagic, George Harrison's anus, and a Tarot reading with Yeezus.
It's an oddball film that creates an immersive rhythm that, once established, is easy to get lost in.
Nigeria's Nollywood is the second-largest producer of movies in the world. How does it compare with Hollywood and Bollywood?
"I discovered that if one looks a little closer at this beautiful world, there are always red ants underneath."
We talked to some of competing filmmakers about why Africa needs FESPACO film fest, and picked out the best of the features, documentaries, and shorts.
In their latest documentary, Bill and Ross Turner examine Eagle Pass and Piedras Negras, two sister towns located on either side of the Rio Grande.
We talked to filmmaker Kate Kunath about gentrification, queer spaces, and the legacy of south Brooklyn gay club Starlite.
The auteur sounds off on his latest movie, Adam Driver, and getting your twenties right.
"My reality was a world where people put snakes into their mouths and make them come out of their nostrils and get possessed and talk to spirits and believe in invisible beings who have magic pebbles."
"It's like you don't have a body. You're able to empathize without having the self-consciousness of being two feet away from someone or invading their space."
Did the 1986 version of Transformers desensitize me toward death?
Women haven't traditionally been protagonists in major movies, but that might be changing—even if that change comes too slowly and not soon enough.
The South African stars lent their odd but undeniable charisma to Neill Blomkamp's latest effort, but if you don't really want to watch Die Antwoord hang out with a childlike robot, this film isn't for you.
We spoke to the Austrian director about Nazi nostalgia and the marketing genius of Lars von Trier, over plum cake and schnapps.