Reported by Joe Frady
The American director discusses his long-awaited return to feature filmmaking with Logan Lucky.
Interview: Matt Thrift
Illustration: Robert Manning
Little White Lies
It’s been four years since Steven Soderbergh announced his retirement from filmmaking, slamming the door on his way out with an impassioned cri de coeur on the state of the industry at the San Francisco Film Festival. In the event, it turned out to be more of a working-vacation, what with his 2013 TV movie, Behind the Candelabra, and two seasons of The Knick released in the interim. Now he’s back on the big screen with Logan Lucky, one of his best films to date, bringing with it a new fight against the system with the film’s experimental distribution model. We sat down for a long chat with American cinema’s most restless workaholic, the original Sundance Kid.
Read the interview
Published on Aug 4, 2017
The BAFTA-winning director behind Gone Girl, The Social Network, Seven + Fight Club on his craft + career. From the BAFTA Archives.
The very talented and charming Carrie Coon (don’t miss her superb performances on “The Leftovers” and the 3rd season of “Fargo) offers some insights into her experience working for the first time in a film. A David Fincher film.
From minute 28:28 to 33:52:
Conversations with Carrie Coon of FARGO
Published on May 12, 2017
Q&A with Carrie Coon of FARGO. Moderated by Jarett Wieselman, BuzzFeed.
From minute 21:31 to 29:51:
Carrie Coon’s Amazing Five Years
Little Gold Men (Vanity Fair)
August 10, 2017
Emmy-nominated actress Carrie Coon stops by to talk Leftovers, Fargo, and what’s next.
“We’re in advanced development. With David Fincher directing. And Brad Pitt”
Paramount’s Jim Gianopulos on Starting Over, His Fox Exit and Reviving a Struggling Studio
by Pamela McClintock
June 21, 2017
The Hollywood Reporter