Ana Lily Amirpour's A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night opens the 43rd New Directors/New Film series Wednesday night. She shares with FilmLinc Daily how loneliness motivated her to make her first feature, and her journey to the big screen.
ND/NF filmmaker Benjamín Naishtat provides insight into his debut feature, History of Fear, which will have its North American premiere during the series that kicks off Wednesday.
Celebrated indie filmmaker Azazel Jacobs will be on hand March 18 to screen and discuss three episodes of new HBO comedy Doll & Em, which stars Emily Mortimer and Dolly Wells as troubled best friends.
Receiving much praise after its World Premiere at SXSW, Buzzard will next lower its wings to screen in New Directors/New Films. We spoke with director Joel Potrykus about his latest work.
Brooklyn caught the eyes of SXSW Film Festival juries this year. Brooklyn-set Fort Tildon won the Grand Jury Prize at the Austin event, while Brooklyn/Austin-based filmmaker Margaret Brown scooped up the top Documentary prize for The Great Invisible.
Tilda Swinton talks art, her "strangest role," and coming to terms with being an actress in a conversation with the Film Society's Eugene Hernandez at the SXSW Film Festival. She stars in Only Lovers Left Alive, which opens at the FSLC next month.