Rape as Occupational Hazard: THE INVISIBLE WAR Director Kirby Dick on Exposing the U.S. Military's Shameful Cover-up

Occasionally a documentary manages to attract enough attention that it begins to trickle into our collective conversation, perhaps even holding sway for some kind of proactive social response. One hopes that the impact of director Kirby Dick's (Twist of Faith,... More »
By Rachel Fox   

SXSW 2012: Mike Birbiglia discusses SLEEPWALK WITH ME

After it's amazing reception at Sundance this year, including winning the Best of NEXT audience award, Sleepwalk With Me is continuing with that momentum at SXSW. Mike Birbiglia, sat down with us to discuss his debut feature, sleepwalking and... More »
By Alex Koehne   

A Few Words With MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE Director Sean Durkin

In celebration of the dvd/blu-ray release of Sean Durkin's feature directorial debut, the sombre yet stunning cult film Marthe Marcy May Marelene, he graciously popped by to have a brief chat. Let's be clear, Martha Marcy May Marlene is... More »
By Sean Smithson   

Sundance 2012 Interview: Don Coscarelli talks JOHN DIES AT THE END

If you read my review of John Dies at the End, you know that I had a great time watching the movie, at midnight, in the Egyptian Theater during The Sundance FIlm Festival. Introduced by a bushy bearded Paul Giamatti who... More »
By Alex Koehne   

Sundance 2012 Interview: HELLION writer/director Kat Candler

Filmmaker Kat Candler is a goddamned rarity. Having been in the industry over 10 years now, she's constantly working on new projects, winning awards, and remains one of the most down-to-earth people I've ever met. I would put her... More »
By Chase Whale   

Director & Stuntman Nash Edgerton Talks SPIDER Sequel BEAR, His Work With David Michôd, And How Stunts Tell Stories!

Nash Edgerton is one of the most exciting cats in filmmaking today. It's strange to still call him upcoming, but while his style is signature; his videos insanely viral; his fans among the most famous; and his mark on indie... More »
By Simon de Bruyn   

A Brief Chat with the One and Only Roger Corman

Chances are that if you love movies you know who Roger Corman is. If you're not sure, however, about all the things that he's accomplished in his nearly sixty-year career, you may want to check out his page at IMDb--but... More »
By Peter Gutierrez   

Exploring CORMAN'S WORLD with Documentarian Alex Stapleton

In an awards season awash with nostalgia for the movie culture of yore, it's nice to see a bit of living history up on the screen in the form of Alex Stapleton's Corman's World. No question that Hugo and The... More »
By Peter Gutierrez   

THE CATECHISM CATACLYSM Presents A Conversation Between Steve Little And Robert Longstreet.

It's not every day that the stars of a movie interview each other about their respective roles in the picture and yet that is precisely what Steve Little and Robert Longstreet, the stars of Todd Rohal's The Catechism Cataclysm, have... More »
By Todd Brown   

Sundance 2011: Calvin Lee Reeder Talks THE OREGONIAN

After turning heads around the globe with a string of bizarre, perplexing short films director Calvin Lee Reeder makes his feature debut at Sundance 2011 with The Oregonian. We had the chance to talk with Reeder about his latest cinematic... More »
By Todd Brown   

THE PROGRAMMERS: Trevor Groth (Sundance)

[Photo by Michael Rababy]Twitch is proud to present the third entry in our current ongoing interview series. Titled The Programmers we'll be spending the next several weeks putting a series of questions to the people who decide what films make... More »
By Todd Brown   

Vincenzo Natali's Sundance Diary: January 27, 2010

[Our thanks again to Splice director Vincenzo Natali for an inside look at his Sundance experience.  He checks in here with his final word from the festival.]A few days have passed since the last entry. The feverish pace of the... More »
By Todd Brown   

Sundance 2010: Cordell Barker Talks RUNAWAY

[With Cordell Barker's Runaway screening at Sundance, we present again the interview with Barker I conducted at the Toronto International Film Festival.]One of the most acclaimed animators in Canada, the only complaint about director Cordell Barker is he just doesn't... More »
By Todd Brown   

Vincenzo Natali's Sundance Diary: January 24, 2010

[We welcome back Splice director Vincenzo Natali with the fourth entry in his ongoing Sundance diary.]Twenty-four hours has morphed into forty-eight since my last post. Splice received its midnight premiere on Friday and since then the festival has become a... More »
By Todd Brown   

Vincenzo Natali's Sundance Diary: January 22, 2010

The quiet has ended. Sundance is running on all cylinders. I sit shotgun while Cynthia Amsden, Splice's courageous publicist, tears up Park City streets in her sporty Kia rental. The GPS spits out directions with the mellifluous voice pattern of... More »
By Todd Brown   

Vincenzo Natali's Sundance Diary: January 21, 2010

Sundance is now upon us, which means it is time for Splice director Vincenzo Natali to check in with the second entry in his record of the festival experience.Making a film is always a long and arduous process. In the... More »
By Todd Brown   

David Michôd talks Sundance selection

The man with the most famous circumflex in Australian filmmaking - and the bane of sub-editors everywhere - David Michôd, bounced back into headlines again last week with the news that not one - but two - of his feature... More »
By Simon de Bruyn   

Vincenzo Natali's Sundance Diary: December 5, 2009

[With his latest directorial effort, Splice, due to take its North American bow at the 2010 Sundance Festival, Vincenzo Natali has graciously agreed to give an insider's view of the festival experience with an exclusive series of festival diaries posted... More »
By Todd Brown   
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