Read the transcript of a 1983 chat between filmmaker Henry Jaglom and name-dropper Orson Welles.
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This Marlon Brando interview was just after he’d won the Oscar for The Godfather — and sent a surrogate to accept it, in a controversial move.
Composer Angelo Badalamenti tells and shows how the theme song to Twin Peaks was created, in this short and funny video.
The star of The Hunger Games and Winter’s Bone is a comical chatterbox. See these collected clips.
Mass murderer David Berkowitz says violence is bad. As if he didn’t already prove that 35 years ago.
Writer Jeremy Bernstein interviewed Stanley Kubrick in 1965 and 1966, and Kubrick recorded it on tape. Listen.
The New Yorker has a terrific profile of Bruce Springsteen, “We Are Alive” by David Remnick.
While we’re talking about Bill Evans, let’s look at a jazzman’s favorite breakfast.
Before he was respectable, the celebrated interviewer was a “stage actor, game show host, radio announcer, and commercial pitchman.”
Lucy Liu, she’s “artistic, altruistic” and more!
In the newest issue of Out magazine, X-Files star Gillian Anderson talks about her career, but it’s her mention of romances with women that got the attention.
The Film Society of Lincoln Center’s hour-long interview with Joel and Ethan Coen, the filmmakers who did Fargo, No Country For Old Men and Barton Fink:
Star Trek’s Patrick Stewart drives around a race track and talks about his love of cars in this video from the U.K. show Top Gear:
Here’s actor Bradley Cooper being interviewed on French television about his new movies, The Hangover Part II and Limitless:
The many crazy files over at The Daily Beast include this recent interview with filmmaker and professional misanthrope Woody Allen.
“The trick of this thing and the beauty of this thing is that it’s a cowboy movie first and then stuff happens. Even after stuff happens it
doesn’t change — it hasn’t suddenly changed into another kind of movie.
“I always get on conference calls four minutes late, because it’s not so late that it [irritates people], but it’s just late enough to show how important I am.”Rainn Wilson,
Tomorrow the Indiana University Art Museum is opening an exhibit of more than 150 photographs by pop artist Andy Warhol.
The photos come from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. Not to be confused with the Warhol museum.