In our last Daily Buzz podcast from this year's Cannes Film Festival, James Gray talks about the extensive research that went into the period details of his new film The Immigrant and his popularity in France.
Actor Will Forte talks about the transition from comedy to drama and how he landed the part in Alexander Payne's Nebraska, which debuted in competition last week at Cannes.
One of the most divisive films of this year's Cannes competition was also one of the most anticipated. Nicholas Winding Refn woke up the 2011 festival with his film Drive and this year he returned with Only God Forgives, a Thailand-set thriller that again stars Ryan Gosling.
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.
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.
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.