As Blue Note Records celebrates its 75th anniversary, label President Don Was reflects on his own 35 years in the music business.
Bennett Miller: Foxcatcher
"Movies are like people. You trust them, or you don't. And I hate it when a movie lies to me." Bennett Miller discusses his latest film, Foxcatcher.
Patricia Arquette: Boyhood
Actress Patricia Arquette on her 12-year evolution as a mother, both on-screen and off, while shooting her latest film, Boyhood.
Christoph Waltz: Big Eyes
As an actor, Christoph Waltz says his most important job is to "get out of the way."
Gina Prince-Bythewood: Beyond the Lights
Writer/director of Beyond the Lights Gina Prince-Bytheywood on how being an athlete shaped her filmmaking, and on creating female characters who swagger.
Christopher Nolan: Interstellar
Christopher Nolan discusses his latest film, Interstellar, which stars Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, and John Lithgow.
Donald Fagen:Eminent Hipsters
Steely Dan's Donald Fagen talks about his favorite films and his bookEminent Hipsters.
Dan Gilroy: Nightcrawler
With Nightcrawler, longtime screenwriter and first time director Dan Gilroy wrote a script that broke with all of the narrative tropes that studios suggest.
Laura Poitras: Citizenfour
Pulitzer winner and MacArthur Fellow Laura Poitras talks to Elvis Mitchell about her new documentary on Edward Snowden, Citizenfour.
Sarah Treem: The Affair
Sarah Treem on co-creating The Affair, and subverting female archetypes.
Robert Duvall, David Dobkin, and Robert Downey, Jr.: The Judge
Director David Dobkin and stars Robert Duvall and Robert Downey, Jr. discuss their new film, The Judge. CONTAINS EXPLICIT LANGUAGE.
Ed Brubaker: The Fade Out
Graphic novelist and comics writer Ed Brubaker (Captain America: The Winter Soldier) on his latest series, The Fade Out, a meta-noir set in seedy 1948 Hollywood.
Charles M. Blow: Fire Shut Up in My Bones
New York Times columnist Charles M. Blow talks about coming of age in constant crisis in his first memoir, Fire Shut Up in My Bones.
Scott Frank: A Walk Among the Tombstones
Filmmaker Scott Frank on adapting Lawrence Block's popular novels to the big screen in A Walk Among the Tombstones.
Quentin Tarantino takes over as head programmer at LA's New Beverly cinema, using many of the film prints from his own personal collection.
Shawn Levy: This Is Where I Leave You
Date Night director Shawn Levy adds feeling and honesty to a big studio project with the dysfunctional family comedy This Is Where I Leave You.
Craig Johnson, Bill Hader, Kristen Wiig: The Skeleton Twins
Writer/director Craig Johnson and stars Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig talk about their new film, The Skeleton Twins. Contains adult language.
Aaron McGruder: Black Jesus
The Boondocks creator Aaron McGruder talks about making the switch to live action with his new show Black Jesus.
Daniel Schechter: Life of Crime
Daniel Schechter loved Elmore Leonard's book The Switch so much, he wrote a script for it on spec. Years later, the film became a reality.
Ira Sachs & Alfred Molina: Love is Strange
"'Subtext' and 'motivation' are terrible words on a set, and they should be banned," says Ira Sachs on directing Love is Strange.
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