Tim Murr interviews Larry Fessenden, director of modern Frankenstein film, ‘Depraved,’ about his new movie, parenting, and the legacy of the Monster.
The last time I had the pleasure of interviewing Director Jeremiah Kipp was in January 2015 for my blog here. Jeremiah Kipp is a talented, multi-faceted director and I wanted … Continue reading Marie Gilbert’s Interview of Director Jeremiah Kipp
Wings of Desire, Wim Wenders’ final fictional film from the 1980s, is lighter than a feather. The wispy gates of heaven open to an overcast Berlin in the twilight of … Continue reading Wim Wenders at TIFF: Wings of Desire
Wim Wenders’ visionary Palme d’Or winning film Paris, Texas is the culmination of the director’s many years of hard work capturing life on the road. This poetic study of what … Continue reading Wim Wenders at TIFF: Paris, Texas
Wim Wenders’ neo-noir thriller, The American Friend, looks like it was cut from the same cloth as other films from the genre. When viewing the film in 2016, it’s hard … Continue reading Wim Wenders at TIFF: The American Friend
As part of their expansive retrospective on the exceptional German director Wim Wenders, The TIFF Bell Lightbox delivers a rare opportunity to see the man’s early short films as one … Continue reading Winter at TIFF: Wim Wenders’ Early Shorts
I recently had a chance to spend a few moments with Andy Fickman, director of Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2. Fickman has a long career of direction in the fields … Continue reading Mall Cop 2 and More: Interview with Director Andy Fickman