Interviews, photos, and other glimpses into the filmmaking process—in filmmakers’ own words.
Stress Positions
'Stress Positions' Theda Hammel and John Early on Finding the Screwball Comedy in Covid (Exclusive)
Apr 29, 2024
First-time filmmaker Theda Hammel and star John Early on the making of pandemic comedy 'Stress Positions': "It was fun to find the comedy in that and not to focus on the more devastating or anxiety-producing parts of that time."
Quvenzhané Wallis
Quvenzhané Wallis Is Proud of Making Oscars History — Even If She Can't Remember Doing It (Exclusive)
Apr 25, 2024
Quvenzhané Wallis was only 9 years old when she became the youngest Best Actress nominee. Now 20, she says, "I hate that I can't really remember everything!"
Boy Kills World
'Boy Kills World' Director Moritz Mohr Wanted to Make a 'Comic Book Movie Without the Comic Book' (Exclusive)
Apr 25, 2024
Director Moritz Mohr on collaborating with Sam Raimi, stuntmen and Bill Skarsgård: "We just wanted to make something cool that we would actually want to watch."
Inside the Academy Museum's 'Casablanca' Exhibition (Exclusive)
Apr 25, 2024
Associate Curator Dara Jaffe discusses the "magical" feeling of seeing the piano from Rick's Cafe in person.
Sasquatch Sunset
'Sasquatch Sunset': How the Zellner Brothers Made the Bigfoot Comedy of Their Dreams (Exclusive)
Apr 18, 2024
Filmmakers David and Nathan Zellner and visual effects artist Steve Newburn reflect on the journey making their Bigfoot comedy.
Riley Keough, Jesse Eisenberg
Inside Jesse Eisenberg and Riley Keough's 'Sasquatch Sunset' Transformations (Exclusive)
Apr 18, 2024
The actors open up about the unique challenges of playing Bigfoot: "It was really a once-in-a-lifetime experience."
David Attenborough A Life On Our Planet
Earth Day 2023: Documentaries to Stream
Apr 18, 2024
From heartwarming explorations in 'The Elephant Queen' to the calls to action from documentaries like 'Before The Flood' and 'Virunga,' documentaries have explored every corner of the world and the relationships that humans have with them.
The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare
'The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare's Writer Was Aiming for a Guy Ritchie Tone — and Then He Got Guy Ritchie (Exclusive)
Apr 18, 2024
Screenwriter Arash Amel reveals the "stranger than fiction" true story that inspired his WWII action flick, starring Henry Cavill, Henry Golding and Alan Ritchson.
The Color of Pomegranates
"The Most Important Work of His Life": Exploring the Legacy of 'Parajanov: The Last Spring' (Exclusive)
Apr 18, 2024
Ahead of the Academy Museum's screening of 'Parajanov: The Last Spring' and 'The Color of Pomegranates,' A.frame looks back on the legacy of brothers-in-arts Mikhail Vartanov and Sergei Parajanov.
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