Under lockdown in Rome, the director of Bad Lieutenant and Driller Killer looks to the works of a legendary auteur as a form of escape.
Director Jesse Noah Klein on the continuing power of Elaine May's underseen classic, and its influence on his film We're Still Together.
Oscar-nominated documentarian Guy Davidi reveals how his film about acting teacher Amir Orian shifted his views on how art and politics can intersect.
Stephen Cone on Olivier Assayas' beguiling new film, and the other rare movies that have powerfully lingered with him in the same way.
Writer-director Stephen Cone, an ardent, longtime Davies fan, connects strongly with the British auteur's latest feature.
The acclaimed auteur looks back on the experience of being mentored by the godfather of American independent filmmaking, and what he learned from him.
Though somewhat dismissed when it was first released 30 years ago, John Cassavetes' swan song – now on Criterion – is an undeniable classic.