For our new release of Shoah, director Claude Lanzmann sat down with critic Serge Toubiana to talk about his philosophy and approach in making the formidable investigation into the Nazi extermination of Jews during World War II. One of the ideas he touches on in this wide-ranging discussion, as seen in the excerpt below, is his insistence that the nine-hour film contain no archival footage.
A World-Cinema Master Gives the World One Last Look
After his father’s death in 2016, Ahmad Kiarostami helped complete the conceptually daring meditation on image-making the great Iranian director had been working on for the last five years of his life.
Euzhan Palcy Remembers Brando’s Nerves on the Set of A Dry White Season
Marlon Brando hadn’t been in a movie in almost a decade when he took on his Oscar-nominated role in A Dry White Season. The film’s director talks about the pleasures of collaborating with the legendary actor.
The “Very Unusual” Fashion Show at the Heart of True Stories
In this video, artist Adelle Lutz and director David Byrne discuss the weird and wonderful outfits in a particularly outrageous set piece in the film.