Rogue One

Outside and Alone: Francis Ford Coppola

Talkin’ Mumblecore with Lynn Shelton and Mark Duplass

Speaking of Souls: Writer/Director Sophie Barthes

Soul to Soul: A Paul Giamatti Interview

Ray Zone: A 3D History Adventure

Downloaded Filmmaker Alex Winter

Refn Rising: Director Nicolas Winding Refn

Ryan Dunn

THE BOOTLEG FILES: SIKKIM

Rogue One

Complaining that the ideas in a Star Wars movie are cliched is like complaining that the hymns in church are old. They are. It’s great! I’m a little late to the party with my review, so I’m in the comfortable position of knowing what most critics and fans already think of the film and that … Continued

Outside and Alone: Francis Ford Coppola

Coppola talks about filmmaking outside the system and his follow-up to “Youth without Youth,” “Tetro”: “When you write a script, it’s like asking a question. And when you finish the film, you get some of the answers.”

Ray Zone: A 3D History Adventure

Film Threat spoke with Zone on how the 3-D experience progressed from the glory days of “Bwana Devil” in 1953 to today’s digital offerings – along with a funky 1970s detour into the skin flick industry!

Downloaded Filmmaker Alex Winter

When the opportunity presented itself to interview filmmaker Alex Winter about his new documentary, “Downloaded,” it was a no-brainer to accept…

Refn Rising: Director Nicolas Winding Refn

Our interview has been delayed by four hours, at Refn’s request. Between vocal kids and ringing telephones, a chaotic vibe can be sensed during this fragmented landline discussion. However, once the quirky filmmaker behind “Valhalla Rising” surrenders his time and gets into the “zone,” he’s an honest, generous interview subject…

Ryan Dunn

Sitting down with Ryan Dunn, star of the television series “Jackass” and “Viva La Bam,” is like meeting up with an old high school buddy who’s kept the party alive ever since. Dunn talks about his new film, “Living Will,” and his career in television, movies, and everything in between…

THE BOOTLEG FILES: SIKKIM

Phil Hall’s The Bootleg Files explores the wild world of memorable films and TV productions that can be found in unauthorized presentations. This week, Phil explores a long-banned Satyajit Ray documentary…