by Noel Murray
The suddenly busy director discusses what he loves about Hitchcock, why he hates traveling shots, and working on his new Amazon pilot, The Cosmopolitans.
Director of Tim’s Vermeer, and half of Penn & Teller, Teller talks about what sets The Towering Inferno apart from other disaster movies, and what connects it to the mechanical processes he explores in his own film.
In talking about Clio Barnard’s new The Selfish Giant, a film in which non-actors more or less play themselves, Oppenheimer sheds light on his own process and the playacting of The Act Of Killing.
Inspired by the Stanley Kubrick exhibit at the Los Angeles County Museum Of Art, John Hodgman took in a Kubrick double feature on an airplane and was surprised by how much Kubrick’s 1987 war movie Full Metal Jacket affected him.