Interviews

Nicholas Jarecki interview

Nicholas Jarecki interview

Nicholas Jarecki is the young writer and director in whose new thriller, Arbitrage, Richard Gere shines as a New York financier whose life starts to unravel in spectacular fashion. After seemingly being trapped in a series of roles that have not really done him justice, it is difficult to keep your eyes off Gere...

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Melvil Poupaud and Suzanne Clément on Laurence Anyways

Melvil Poupaud and Suzanne Clément on Laurence Anyways

TFR talk to the stars of Laurence Anyways, Melvil Poupaud and Suzanne Clément, about last-minute castings, wearing tights and working with working with director Xavier Dolan on what is perhaps his most ambitious project to date. What did you think when you first read the script? Melvil Poupaud: We...

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Lisa Immordino Vreeland talks The Eye Has to Travel

Lisa Immordino Vreeland talks The Eye Has to Travel

In directing Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel - a portrait of the legendary fashion editor - Lisa Immordino Vreeland had a distinct advantage: she's the granddaughter-in-law of the lady herself. Here, she talks to TFR about the documentary on the iconic woman who she was never able to...

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An interview with Ross Noble, talking about his acting début – Stitches

An interview with Ross Noble, talking about his acting début – Stitches

Quirky Newcastle comedian, Ross Noble has just made his acting début in Stitches, a rude, clown-themed comedy-horror set for a Halloween release. The film - directed by Irishman Conor McMahon - cleverly blends spine-tingling gore with crude quips and laugh out loud gags. We caught up with the inimitable funny...

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Great Expectations on the red carpet

Great Expectations on the red carpet

Last night, the 56th BFI London Film Festival came to a glamorous close with the European première of Mike Newell's Great Expectations. London's Leicester Square was awash with stars - and rain - so, wet-weather gear at the ready, TFR went down to ask the red-carpet goers a few questions. David...

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Characteristic: Robb Skyler, character actor

Characteristic: Robb Skyler, character actor

It's not every day you get to speak to someone who's got an acting talent that's a step to the left of most. Less generalised, less shotgun and less jack-of-all-trades. Character actors are a good example of embodying a singular acting style, and Robb Skyler's a good example of a character actor. If you're not...

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Andy Serkis and more at the V&A Hollywood Costume Exhibition opening

Andy Serkis and more at the V&A Hollywood Costume Exhibition opening

The Victoria and Albert Museum in London has recently become the home of many famous film costumes from days gone by. You could be forgiven for thinking it has been turned into a glamorous dressing room for the rich and famous, however it is actually the site of a new exhibition showcasing iconic Hollywood...

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Old school: Julia Marchese and 35mm

Old school: Julia Marchese and 35mm

There's something so wonderfully atmospheric about 35mm cinema. To hear the roll of a projector, to see the marks on the film. To see films in the manner they were meant to be shown. Not on DVD, not on Blu-Ray, or even VHS. On 35mm. So to hear that Out of Print, a documentary about 35mm film and the dangers of an...

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Untouchable creators Eric Toledano and Olivier Nekache talk to TFR

Untouchable creators Eric Toledano and Olivier Nekache talk to TFR

Untouchable is looking like the unexpected cinematic star of the year. It is touching yet emotional, laugh-out-loud funny and startlingly deep. Check out our review to find out more. TFR caught up with co-writers and directors Eric Toledano and Olivier Nekache, to talk about their masterpiece. Untouchable...

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Karl Urban talks to TFR about playing comic book hero Judge Dredd

Karl Urban talks to TFR about playing comic book hero Judge Dredd

Karl Urban is an actor who has proven his versatility with many different roles. From playing Doctor Bones in the 2009 Star Trek film, to Eomer, leader of the Riders of Rohan in The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers and The Return of the King. He has now donned the helmet and deadpan attitude of the title...

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