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Actor/director Marshall Allman speaks with Michael about why he decided to recut the Kubrick classic Eyes Wide Shut.
Sundance Special - Mark Hamill and Dave McCary talk about their film Brigsby Bear, and David Lowery talks about his film A Ghost Story, as well as a bit about Pete's Dragon.
Ed Harris and Mark Raso talk with Michael about Raso's TIFF film Kodachrome, one of the most enjoyable experiences of the entire fest. Photograph by Michael Dunaway.
Jay Mohr and Michael talk for damn near an hour and a half, mostly about Finding Joseph I, the Bad Brains documentary he's a producer on. But as always, the conversation takes a thousand twists and turns. Photograph by Gordon Hight.
Michael talks with Julian Schnabel and Pappi Corsicato about Corsicato's doc about his friend Schnabel.
Colin Hanks speaks with Michael about his Eagles of Death Metal doc, Nos Amis.
Priyanka Chopra talks with Michael about her TIFF hit Pahuna and the influence of her parents on her career. Photograph by Michael Dunaway.
The Work favorite Imogen Poots talks about starring opposite Michael Shannon in Frank and Lola.
Addison Timlin speaks with Michael about her movie Submission.
Adam Pally and Zoe-LIster Jones talk with Michael and Gordon about their Sundance favorite Band Aid. Photograph by Gordon Hight.
David Oyelowo talks to Michael about producing and starring in Maris Curran's Five Nights in Maine.
Kevin Smith talks to Michael about his new movie Yoga Hosers, co-starring both his own daughter and Johnny Depp's daughter.
James Ivory talks to Michael about over six decades of filmmaking, including classics like A Room with a View and Howard's End.
Jacqueline Bisset speaks with Michael about her new movie The Last Film Festival, starring Dennis Hopper, and about a life in film.
Michael Shannon talks with Michael about his awards-buzzy performance in Tom Ford's film Nocturnal Animals.
James Schamus talks with Michael about his directorial debut INDIGNATION, and about what he learned writing for Ang Lee and running Focus Features.
Werner Herzog talks to Michael about his two new films, Salt and Fire, and Into the Inferno.
Don Cheadle talks to Michael about his directorial debut, the Miles Davis biopic Miles Ahead.
Viggo Mortensen talks to Michael about fatherhood, acting, and Captain Fantastic; Bonnie Bishop tells Michael about her incredible journey to making the year's best album.
Susan Sarandon talks with Michael about her Movies About Ray and The Meddler, and about how much she loves his beard. Michael swoons.
Spike Lee does his 2015 Paste Film Man of the Year interview with Michael, focusing primarily on his 2015 Movie of the Year Chi-Raq.
A trio of accomplished actor/directors join Michael onstage at the Sarasota Film Festival to talk shop about acting for television.
Illeana speaks with Michael about her new book I Blame Dennis Hopper, her work to promote women filmmakers, and the misunderstood genius of Jerry Lewis.
The legendary D.A. Pennebaker, probably the most celebrated documentarian alive, explores his long and storied career with Michael, including Bob Dylan stories from the making of Dont Look Back.
Laurie Anderson talks to Michael about the New York avant garde scene in the Seventies and Eighties, Rufus Wainwright, and The Heart of a Dog.
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