Best Feature Films Supplemental: Interviews, Press Conferences & More

For those who want to take a deeper dive into some of the films on my Best Features list, here is a selection of interviews, press conferences, and more. Many of these films were shown at last fall’s New York Film Festival before being released theatrically. – Ted Hicks

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Call Me by Your Name

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Dunkirk

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A Ghost Story 

A statement by director David Lowery can be accessed here.

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Lady Bird

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Last Flag Flying

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Loving Vincent

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The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)

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Mudbound

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The Shape of Water

“Show the Monster” — an article on Guillermo del Toro by Daniel Zalewski published in the February 7, 2011 issue of the New Yorker can be accessed here. It gives a good look inside del Toro’s head. Note that this predates The Shape of Water.

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The Square

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Wonderstruck

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About Ted Hicks

Iowa farm boy; have lived in NYC for 40 years; worked in motion picture labs, film/video distribution, subtitling, media-awards program; obsessive film-goer all my life.
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3 Responses to Best Feature Films Supplemental: Interviews, Press Conferences & More

  1. David M Fromm says:

    Interesting to learn more about these films.

  2. Ted,

    This is fabulous. Thanks so much for aggregating all this great content. And for your smart reviews and reminisces.

    All the best to you and Nancy

    Ira

    Ira Wolfman POE Communications 917.319.6522

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  3. Anthony Pfannkuche says:

    The Chris Nolan is deeply insightful, not only regarding his response to technical and aesthetic challenges in making Dunkirk, but also for his knowledge and respect for the history of cinema. His defense of celluloid is wonderful.

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