Gustavo Salmerón talks about his new film Lots of Kids, A Monkey and A Castle, emotional intelligence, hoarding, death, fascism and family and why you need to record your parents on video – soon.
Karim Sayad talks about his new film Of Sheep and Men, ram fighting, Eid al-Adha, Algeria, colonization, democracy and the Arab Spring, empathy and gender injustice.
Leslea Mair talks about her new film Losing Our Religion, trauma, atheism and non-belief, the power of community and preachers who have no faith.
Mouly Surya talks about her new film Marlina The Murderer in Four Acts, multiple possibilities, writing with images, violence, stilln
Alanis Obamsawin talks about her new film Our People Will Be Healed, the Sundance ceremony, remnants of colonialism, indigenous peoples, the power of story and why hope isn’t a big enough word.
Michael and Sean talk about their new film Five Fingers for Marseille, land rights, Apartheid, heroes and colonization, nationalism, pride and race relations and Spaghetti Westerns.
Robert Schwentke, Frederick Lau, and Max Hubacher talk about their new film The Captain, WW II, misplaced power, violence from a perpetrators perspective, the banality of evil and why this is a story about uniforms.
Stephen McCallum talks about his new film 1%, violence, loyalty and the bonds of friendship, a sense of belonging, finding our way home and why people need story.
Jonas and Face2Face host David Peck talk about his new film Valley of Shadows, Freud, fairy-tales, fantasy and fatalism, dream life, cognitive dissonance and why good questions are so much more important than answers.
Urszula Antoniak and Face2Face host David Peck talk about her gorgeous new film Beyond Words, Identity, voice, racism and otherness, immigration and empathy and how a film is rarely about the plot.