Known for his documentaries that focus on American eccentrics, George Ratliff makes an unexpected move to genre filmmaking with the ambiguously creepy Joshua. By Peter Bowen
With Rescue Dawn director Werner Herzog returns to the jungle to adapt one of his most powerful documentaries, Little Dieter Needs to Fly. By James Ponsoldt
Charles Ferguson's No End in Sight examines the blunders made by the Bush administration during the build up to the Iraq war. By Scott Macaulay
Five years in the making, Jason Kohn's Sundance award winning doc, Manda Bala explores the violence and corruption that runs wild in São Paulo. By Jason Guerrasio
THE ACTOR'S STUDIO
Tom DiCillo talks with friend Steve Buscemi about directing actors, Sienna Miller and the celebrity culture dissected in Buscemi's latest, Interview.
DEATH IS NOT THE END
A year-and-a-half after wowing audiences at Sundance, Goran Dukic’s Wristcutters: A Love Story, finally gets a theatrical release. By Ray Pride
THE IDIOT BOX
Ti West chats with directors Dan Bush, David Bruckner and Jacob Gentry about their apocalyptic horror movie, The Signal.
Frank Lin proves romantic comedies are not only for twentysomethings in his debut feature, American Fusion. By Justin Lowe
UNDER THE SKIN
Nick Dawson talks to English writer-director Shane Meadows about his new film This is England, which draws upon his personal experience in British skinhead culture in the 1980's.