Earlier this year, actor Julianne Moore and director Todd Haynes sat down to have an in-depth conversation for a supplement on our new release of their brilliant 1995 film Safe. Here is moment from their chat that is appearing only on our website—in which they discuss the film’s themes and influences, its place in the nineties independent film scene, and its importance in Moore’s early career.
Digging Through Movie History at Chaplin’s Studios
Film scholar Craig Barron gives us a tour of the studios on whose back lot Charlie Chaplin built the set for his final film of the silent era, The Circus.
Career Women in the Land of Lubitsch
Critics Molly Haskell and Farran Smith Nehme talk about the highly idiosyncratic heroines who populate Ernst Lubitsch’s comedies, including the protagonist of his final film, Cluny Brown.
Ritwik Ghatak’s Pursuit of Truth Beyond Realism
Acclaimed Indian filmmakers Saeed Akhtar Mirza and Kumar Shahani discuss how the Bengali master mixed expressionism and naturalism in his devastating domestic tragedy The Cloud-Capped Star.