“I really wanted to transmit something of what those years had been, because they have been so terribly misunderstood. It was both crazier and more serious than it had been made out to be”: In this SundanceNOW original video interview, Olivier Assayas talks about revisiting 70s youth activism in his autobiographical new film, Something in the Air.
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“I wanted to give a richer and truer picture of those years, and also of my own path”: Olivier Assayas talks about his autobiographical new film, Something in the Air in this teaser clip from the 2012 Toronto Film Festival.
Craft, characters and the Catholic church: Nanni Moretti talks about We Have a Pope.
“Process is so essential to filmmaking… that process of discovery, coming across something new”: Peter Strickland (Berberian Sound Studio) talks about the glories of analog sound recording.
“Without any kind of doubt”: Ken Burns talks passionately about the injustices that helped motivate his new documentary, The Central Park Five.
Legendary filmmaker Wim Wenders sat down with SundanceNOW at the Toronto Film Festival and recounted how seeing the 2007 concert film U2 3D finally persuaded him to make his long-gestating project about dance choreographer Pina Bausch as a 3D spectacle.
The public life of Yves Saint-Laurent was as extravagant as it was decadent, as a design prodigy and then the grand coutourier of an fashion empire he influenced fifty years of style — but few are familiar with the private life of the legend.
Emerging French filmmaker Mia Hansen-Love sat down with SundanceNOW at the Toronto Film Festival and talked about the perennial coupling of cinema and memory.