Interviews

Weekly feature introducing you to film professionals from all over Europe sorted by name.

4915 interviews available in total starting from 14/05/2002. Last updated on 18/02/2020. 570 interviews inserted in the last 12 months.

 
Hugh Grant • Actor

About an eternal boy...

Hugh Grant • Actor

In About A Boy, based on Nick Hornby's best-seller, Europe's favourite batchelor (almost) plays himself  

10/07/2002

Eduardo Noriega

How Spain got great

Eduardo Noriega

Speaks Eduardo Noriega, an actor that symbolizes the rebirth of Spanish cinema, screened at Pesaro Film Festival  

25/06/2002

André Téchiné

Far away from...

André Téchiné

Speaks French director André Téchiné for Italian release of his latest film, shown at Venice Film Festival and distributed in many countries  

21/06/2002

Sandra Nettelbeck

«Hollywood? I prefer my Martha!»

Sandra Nettelbeck

German filmmaker talks about her hit directorial debut, Mostly Martha, the energy of her protagonist and bids a definitive farewell to Hollywood  

04/06/2002

Claude Lelouch • Director

And now... love is the dream

Claude Lelouch • Director

A fairy tale for adults And now... ladies and gentlemen, closes Cannes 2002  

26/05/2002

Roman Polanski

Gone back to the roots

Roman Polanski

Director´s childhood in The pianist, the story of a musician who survived the Nazi persecution in Warsaw  

24/05/2002

Alexander Sokurov

Seamless Art

Alexander Sokurov

Russian Ark, a marvellous one-take film that was ruined by the projectionist. «They´ve ruined my work» protests the Russian director  

23/05/2002

Aki Kaurismäki • Director

"Cut & Print"!

Aki Kaurismäki • Director

Cinema the Finnish Way: no money, a few shadows and just one take  

22/05/2002

Amos Gitaï • Director

Jews, Never-Ending Story

Amos Gitaï • Director

Amos Gitaï, child of the Jewish Diaspora, refuses to take sides. Interview to the director of Kedma, first film in competition at Cannes  

16/05/2002

Marco Bellocchio

The Saint and the Blasphemer

Marco Bellocchio

With his latest film, controversial Italian film director Marco Bellocchio uses a blasphemous expression to represent an extreme act of religious faith.  

14/05/2002