This week, The Last of Us director spoke to Esquire about the critically-acclaimed third episode of HBO’s latest series, and Spike Lee is honoured with a BFI Fellowship. Read all about it below.
The Last of Us director Peter Hoar explains how he joined forces with actors Nick Offerman and Murray Bartlett for the show’s surprise detour. (Esquire)
Iranian filmmaker Jafar Panahi goes on hunger strike in prison, ScreenDaily reports.
Sight & Sound confirms that director Spike Lee will be honoured with a BFI Fellowship.
Netflix unveils the first details of their new anti-password sharing measures, The Streamable reports.
The Guardian explores how the UK authorities were utterly terrified by TV — especially early morning broadcasting.
The Donkey Sanctuary celebrates the beloved animal’s moment in the spotlight in this year’s film awards circuit.
For Little White Lies, documentary filmmaker Laura Poitras reflects on her relationship with Nan Goldin, the subject of her latest feature All the Beauty and the Bloodshed.