Zach Braff: Wish I Was Here07/21/14
Ten years afterGarden Statemade a splash,Zach Braff talks about his new film as co-writer/director/star, Wish I Was Here.
Max Brooks: The Harlem Hellfighters
Elvis talks to Max Brooks, bestselling author of World War Z and The Zombie Survival Guide, about his new graphic novel The Harlem Hellfighters.
Andy Serkis: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
ActorAndy Serkis brings depth to real-life characters, from Ian Drury inSex Drugs Rock Roll, to serial killer Ian Brady in the 2006 filmLongford.
David Wain: They Came Together
Don't call him a cynic. David Wain may totally tear apart the romantic comedy genre in his new film They Came Together, but he does it lovingly.
Mimi Pond: Over Easy
Food, sex, and newfound freedom, all in comic form, by writer and cartoonist Mimi Pond in her new graphic novel/memoir Over Easy.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus: Veep
"I'm not as nuts as these characters I play, but anxiety is a friend of mine," says actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus of her roles on Seinfeld, Watching Ellie, and now, Veep.
Clark Gregg: Trust Me
Actor/writer/director Clark Gregg on his second feature, Trust Me, and defending his character Agent Coulson to old school Marvel fans.
Jenny Slate: Obvious Child
"I don't want to scrub myself clean. I'm always interested in characters when they misbehave because of hurt." Comedian Jenny Slate on her first starring role.
James McAvoy: Filth and X-Men
Actor James McAvoy on his varied career, from "The Last King of Scotland" and "Macbeth" to "Filth" and "X-Men: Days of Future Past."
James Gray: The Immigrant
Director James Gray reteams with Joaquin Phoenix for his new film The Immigrant and makes the important distinction between "melodrama" and "melodramatic."
John Slattery: God's Pocket
"Arrogance is funny. There's nothing funnier than a confident fool." Actor John Slattery talks about the humor of retribution in his directorial debut.
Gia Coppola: Palo Alto
"It feels like being in love with someone who doesn't love back." Gia Coppola talks about the experience of making her first film, "Palo Alto."
Holly George-Warren: A Man Called Destruction
Holly George-Warren follows singer Alex Chilton's journey from 16-year-old phenom with the Box Tops, to finding his own voice with Big Star.
Franklin Leonard, Founder of The Black List
Franklin Leonard describes The Black List as "eHarmony for people who write movies and people who make movies."
Mark Harris: Five Came Back: A Story of Hollywood and the Second World...
"The sixth character was alcohol," journalist Mark Harris says of "Five Came Back," about five directors who filmed from the WWII trenches.
Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein: Portlandia
The creators and stars of IFC's original sketch comedy series "Portlandia" dish on its fourth season.
Mindy Kaling: The Mindy Project
Comedian Mindy Kaling talks about how her first big break, in an off-off-Broadway show called "Matt Ben," was actually quite literal.
Dave Itzkoff: Mad as Hell
New York Times culture reporter Dave Itzkoff discusses Paddy Chayefsky's 'wandering in the desert,' and the making of his 1976 classic, "Network."
John Maloof and Charlie Siskel: Finding Vivian Maier
"I didn't know if it was good but I thought it was really good." John Maloof on finding a box of photos, a pivotal moment that led to the doc "Finding Vivian Maier."
Robert Rodriguez: El Rey Network
Writer/director/producer Robert Rodriguez harkens back to the early days of television with his new network, El Rey.
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