The author talks to writer James Greig about her debut novel – a sharply-observed satire meets horror about the modern-day trans experience and the insidious creep of fascism.
The first-time director discusses her new high-octave panic of a movie about a young bisexual Jewish woman, portrayed by Rachel Sennott, who runs into her sugar daddy at a shiva.
The British writer-director’s unforgettable debut is finally in UK cinemas. To mark its release, she explains how she made an empathetic genre movie.
The New Hampshire filmmaker’s second feature is a psychological two-hander about warring lighthouse keepers. He says it won’t be for everybody.