He's dragged ships up mountains, hypnotized actors and stared into volcanoes – and the German director is still obsessively seeking a deeper truth
Two decades after 'Trainspotting' defined a youth-culture moment, Danny Boyle reunited the original foursome for a sequel about growing old
French director Julia Ducournau on her cannibal coming-of-age movie, that fainting incident and why "torture porn" fans should stay home
Former Talking Head and filmmakers Bill and Turner Ross on transforming color-guard-plus-hipster-musicians shows into a peerless documentary
"The biggest thing would be respecting these stories like we respect Shakespeare and let directors do what they will," filmmaker says
Actor-turned-director Macon Blair's Sundance-winning crime flick turns a pulp romp into a biting comment on our enraged political moment
She was always funny and feisty, but Melissa McCarthy spent years struggling in obscurity. So how did she become one of Hollywood's biggest stars?
Filmmaker Raoul Peck on his decade-long quest to reclaim the author's legacy – and how he ended up making a movie about today's racial powder keg
Filmmaker talks about revising his 2001 biopic on the boxing legend into a political thriller and what Ali means in the Trump era
She plays rough in 'Ordinary People' – but will her fans love her in the morning?
Film crew trailed Leonard Cohen on his legendary 1972 European tour – nearly 40 years later, the result is getting the audience it deserves
How the independent filmmaker turned a personal story into an ode to the power of being raised by women
'La La Land' star left an anxious childhood in Arizona to become America's most freewheeling leading lady – and a heavily buzzed Oscar favorite
He's played Bond bad guys, Marvel supervillains and Hannibal Lecter – but his 'Rogue One' role may be Danish actor's breakthrough moment
Chilean filmmaker on why his stream-of-conscious looks at Jackie Kennedy and Pablo Neruda prove there's more than one way to tell a life story