In this wide-ranging interview the revered elder statesman of Polish cinema chronicles the fate of his nation's cinema over the course of his country's transition from communism to capitalism.
Like fellow Canadian Guy Maddin, Gonick hails from Winnipeg, the city at the heart of Stryker, his visually arresting feature film shot by noted cinematographer Ed Lachman. That and much else about this distinctive film are discussed in depth.
South Korean cinema continues to consolidate its international profile, and Song Il-gon is one of its distinctive voices. He talks about his films and career to date.
Australian director Robert Connolly discusses his adaptation of Elliot Perlman's novel about the souring of the Australian dream in an age of economic rationalism.