We bring you the very best of our film coverage from last year, including interviews with Romain Gavras, Lukas Moodysson, Mike Leigh, Werner Herzog and many more
Over the last year we have brought you countless interviews with filmmakers and actors in the Arts & Culture section of Dazed Digital and our first documentary for Dazed TV. We were proud to feature stories on luminaries such as David Lynch, Oliver Stone, Mike Leigh and Bertrand Tavernier as well as new groundbreaking celluloid masters such as Romain Gavras, Kim Chapiron and Julien Nitzburg. Choosing ten stories we thought you might like to revisit in the New Year was tough work, as there were many more interviews we wanted to include, such as our interviews with Oscar-winning director Fernando Trueba, the avante-garde director Alexei Pobogrebsky, groundbreaking fashion filmmaker Mundi Vondi and everyone's favourite young scally Thomas Turgoose.
Sadly, you can't have them all in there, so we took a vote and went for a mix-up of the stories exclusive to Dazed Digital that we got the biggest kick out of, and the ones that you guys seemed most excited about. We would like to thank all of our contributors for their hard work, and look forward to bringing you more killer editorial in 2011.
Okay, so it's not strictly film but the legendary director granted us a rare interview to discuss releasing a double A-side single on Sunday Best, and we wound up finding out why all human beings are detectives and talking about the creative magic of fire.
The hugely controversial director brought his uncompromising vision to the big screen this year with Notre Jour Viendra and talked to us about the act of creation in a culture of nihilism.
Dazed Digital talked to the controversial director to talk about making two films of 2010 that were the polar opposites of each other.
NORTHERN LIGHT: ICELAND'S CREATIVE REVOLUTION
Dazed TV presented a documentary about how the young generation of a country ravaged by the economic crisis and the threat of corporate takeovers are fighting back.
JOSEPH KOSINSKI: TRON
The prodigious director talked to us about taking immersive cinema to the next level with one of the most mind-bending visual experiences in movie history.
We talked to the legendary film director about his David Lynch-produced film My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done? and brought you some exclusive behind-the-scenes footage.
The cult Swedish film director talked to us about the stunning Mammoth, and how it was inspired by Marianne Faithful's classic album Broken English.
The award-winning director told us why pulling yourself together when the future looks bleak is a hell of a lot easier said than done and discussed the widely celebrated Another Year.
MADS MIKKELSEN: COCO AND IGOR
The acclaimed star of Festen talked to us about taking on the role of the legendary avant-garde composer Stravinsky in a dark tale of power, fashion and sexual obsession.
BRUCE LA BRUCE: THE BAD BREAST
The visionary underground director premiered his latest investigation into surreal lo-fi cinema on Dazed Digital.