Q&A with Ralph Ineson, Anya Taylor-Joy, Robert Eggers

There’s an incredible attention to detail throughout the film, from the dialog to the set decoration. Could you describe how you approached these aspects of the film?
Robert Eggers: New England was the most literate part of the Western World; you had to teach your children how to read– it was against the law if you didn’t, because you had to read the bible in English.

Q&A with John Krasinski

How did you get on this project? How did it come to you?
John Krasinski: So I was about to start pre-production on Jack Ryan, and some of the producers on Jack Ryan were Platinum Dunes, and they said, “Would you ever act in a genre movie?” And I said, “Oh no, I can’t do that, I don’t do horror movies.”

Q&A with Edgar Wright

How did you translate the stage direction into the performance?
Edgar Wright: When I gave the script to the actors, they had all of the music as well, so they could read the script with the right music playing.

NATIONAL BOARD OF REVIEW ANNOUNCES 2018 AWARD WINNERS

THE NATIONAL BOARD OF REVIEW NAMES 2018 HONOREES INCLUDING GREEN BOOK FOR BEST FILM OF THE YEAR & BRADLEY COOPER FOR BEST DIRECTOR OF THE YEAR The Organization’s Gala will be held on Tuesday, January 8, 2019 in New York City New York, NY (November 27, 2018) – The National Board of Review today announced […]

LIFELINE – Directed by L. Marcus Williams

She is a woman in despair who calls a suicide hotline not for help, but to say goodbye. He is the operator who takes her call, who must do everything he can to keep her on the line. Will he lose her, or will she find the will to live?