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The documentary maker re-creates Ken Kesey's untold journey across the US with the Merry Pranksters by using original footage and archive audio
The new short film by filmmaker Sue Clayton is one of six films featured in Human Rights Film Night hosted by Amnesty International
The True Blood actor talks about working with Danish provocateur Lars Von Trier, starlet Kirsten Dunst.. and his own dad
The Danish director discusses his electric, neon-noir feature starring Ryan Gosling and Carey Mulligan
The ever-versatile filmmaker discusses his upcoming projects 'You Instead' and 'Perfect Sense', two very different films both released this September.
Director Duncan Jones recommends a forgotten 80s sci-fi classic starring Rutger Hauer
As the Barbican prepares to dedicate an evening to Egypt's revolutionaries, El Tanbura explains to us the important relationship between music and the spirit of a nation
In our last report from the French film festival we talk to the Japanese filmmaker about her new film Hanezu, which is steeped in the legends and landscape of the Nara Region in Japan
Controversial director Bruno Dumont discusses his latest film 'Outside Satan', which premiered at this year's Cannes Film Festival last week
The Lebanese actress and director talks about the influence of war on her second feature, 'Where Do We Go Now?', the eagerly anticipated follow up to 'Caramel'
The Swedish actor talks about working with Lars Von Trier, the director’s controversial comments in Cannes and the end of the world
Scottish actress Shirley Henderson talks about working on Kelly Reichardt’s impressive alternative Western film
A retrospective of the filmmaker's work will be shown during the Glasgow Short Film Festival this month
The cult Swedish film director discusses his latest film, Mammoth, and how it was inspired by Marianne Faithful's 'Broken English'
Sophie Fiennes discusses her meditative documentary on celebrated German artist Anslem Kiefer
The Turner Prize winning artist discusses his latest show, fear as motivation and his relationship to shit and sick
The up-and-coming director talks about his distinct debut feature film Frontier Blues.
Actor Isaach De Bankolé reunites with director Claire Denis for White Material, a powerful portrait of a white plantation farmer in war-torn contemporary Africa.
Director duo Matt Harlock and Paul Thomas release a documentary on the late American comedy genius Bill Hicks. Dazed Digital finds out why...
Warwick Thornton talks about making his first feature film, the joys of working with a small crew and receiving Tom Waits’s seal of approval
Dazed talks to director So Yong Kim about her latest feature film, a delicate depiction of childhood based on her own memories of growing up in Korea.