With The Grand Budapest Hotel opening its doors this week, LWLies meets the film's inimitable writer/director.
By David Jenkins
A long-time cult favourite among film festival attendees, French director Alain Guiraudie has finally reached the mainstream. With a murder mystery set on a gay nudist beach. LWLies met him.
By Sophie Monks Kaufman
The legendary horror film composer talks to LWLies about reviving his band, Goblin, his experiences with Argento and Romero, and why he prefers working alone.
By Christopher Neilan
Fresh off the back of his BAFTA rising star nomination, LWLies meets one of British acting's brightest young talents.
The French master discusses her desire to shoot on 70mm, getting leathered with Hong Sang-soo and her new movie, Bastards.
Her is a highly introspective film by a highly introspective guy. LWLies got up close and (too?) personal with the cherished American director.
The British acting titan talks The Invisible Woman, the trouble with period films and why he never reads reviews.
The Inside Llewyn Davis chats to LWLies about getting into character for the Coen brothers' latest.
Two men, operating as a single creative body. LWLies were offered a rare audience with the Coen brothers.