Craig Zobel

Craig Zobel’s debut feature, Great World of Sound (2007), won Breakthrough Director at the Gotham Awards, and was nominated for Best First Film and Best Supporting Actor at the Independent Spirit Awards. His second film, Compliance, premiered at Sundance 2012, and won a Special Jury Prize at the Locarno International Film Festival. Actress Ann Dowd was nominated for Best Supporting Actress at the Independent Spirit Awards and Critic’s Choice awards, and was named Best Supporting Actress of 2012 by The National Board of Review. Craig’s most recent film, Z for Zachariah, starring Chiwetel Ejiofor, Chris Pine and Margot Robbie, premiered at Sundance 2015 and was released in the U.S. by Roadside Attractions to strong reviews.

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Talks

Green Gatorade, Answering Machines and Gratitude: My Memories of Leonard Cohen

By Craig Zobel | November 11, 2016

Green Gatorade, Answering Machines and Gratitude: My Memories of Leonard Cohen

Film director Craig Zobel pays tribute to Leonard Cohen by sharing stories of his encounters with the era-defining singer-songwriter.

Craig Zobel (Compliance) Talks Laura Poitras’ CITIZENFOUR

By Craig Zobel | October 23, 2014

Craig Zobel (Compliance) Talks Laura Poitras’ CITIZENFOUR

By necessity not even announced until just a month ago, this documentary about Edward Snowden is as gripping and brilliant as you'd imagine.

Craig Zobel (Compliance) Talks Stuart Murdoch’s God Help the Girl

By Craig Zobel | September 5, 2014

Craig Zobel (Compliance) Talks Stuart Murdoch’s God Help the Girl

Can musicians successfully make the leap to film? The promising debut feature from Belle and Sebastian's lead singer makes the case that they can.