Posted by Eugene Hernandez on 5.31.2013
The composer sat dawn with the Daily Buzz to discuss his music for Nicolas Winding Refn's Only God Forgives, his approach to scoring films, and working with directors like Steven Soderbergh and Harmony Korine.
Posted by Eugene Hernandez on 5.29.2013
Actors Adam Bakri and Waleed Zuaiter sat down with the Daily Buzz to discuss their characters—one Palestinian, one Israeli—in Hany Abu-Assad's new film, which screened in competition at Cannes.
Posted by Eugene Hernandez on 5.28.2013
The 10 best films from this year's Cannes Film Festival feature indelible images and explore provocative topics. Here are the films to watch from Cannes 2013.
Posted by Shelley Farmer on 5.27.2013
Towards the end of this year's Cannes Film Festival, the Daily Buzz talked to Guy Lodge of HITFIX, Aaron Hillis of Video Free Brooklyn, Annette Insdorf of The Huffington Post, and Peter Debruge and Scott Foundas of Variety. They discussed their favorite films of the festival, debated the most talked-about films, and highlighted some overlooked gems.
Posted by Eugene Hernandez on 5.24.2013
Jia Zhang-ke discusses the universality of his latest film A Touch of Sin and the depiction of violence in cinema as a political and ideological exercise in our latest podcast from the Cannes Film Festival.
Posted by Nicholas Kemp on 5.24.2013
In our third Hot Topics roundtable from Cannes, Brian Brooks (Deadline/FilmLinc Daily), Eric Kohn (Indiewire), Jada Yuan (New York Magazine), and Nigel Smith (Indiewire) share their impressions of the festival so far.
Posted by Eugene Hernandez on 5.23.2013
Alec Baldwin and James Toback discuss their Cannes-shot movie biz doc Seduced and Abandoned and Tom Bernard of Sony Pictures Classics weighs in on the Cannes marketplace in this double dose of Daily Buzz.
Posted by Brian Brooks on 5.23.2013
Nearly a decade after Sideways, a feature that remains an enduring apex in Alexander Payne's career, two men hit the road again in his latest film Nebraska, but that is about where the comparison ends.