Diane Lane, along with “Secretariat” co-stars John Malkovich and Kevin Connolly, and director Randall Wallace, spoke to AMC News about presenting the remarkable true story of the 1973 Triple Crown winner on film.
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“Casino Jack” Director George Hickenlooper spoke to AMC News correspondent Jacob Soboroff about meeting Jack Abramoff in prison and how his film gets to the heart of who Abramoff is.
Director John Sayles spoke to Jacob Soboroff in Toronto about shooting his film “Amigo,” about the Phillipine/American war, under budget & time constraints and using a largely Filipino crew.
“Committed” Director Shawn Ku reveals some of the personal events that inspired his film, and how a first time director got big names like Maria Bello and Michael Sheen to work with him.
Director Sarah McCarthy talks about how the idea for her film, “The Sound of Mumbai: A Musical” came about. The film follows the Mumbai Chamber Orchestra as they stage a performance of “The Sound of Music” featuring several children from Mumbai.
In our AMC News interview at the tony Harvard Club in New York City, correspondent Jacob Soboroff talked with Eisenberg and the cast of “The Social Network” about how those themes intertwine to drive the story in the film.
Musician Justin Timberlake, who plays Sean Parker, the real-life founder of music-sharing service Napster, in “The Social Network,” says he sees the irony in himself taking on this role.
AMC News correspondent Jacob Soboroff sat down with Ryan Reynolds and Rodrigo Cortés in Toronto to discuss how they shot the claustrophobic new film, “Buried” on a low budget over 17 days in Spain.
Jacob Soboroff sat down with journalists Nicole LaPorte from The Daily Beast, Dave Karger from Entertainment Weekly, and Steven Zeitchik from the Los Angeles Times to get their take on which Toronto pics will most likely make it to the Oscars.
AMC News correspondent Jacob Soboroff asked Carey Mulligan about the importance of the science fiction throughline in “Never Let Me Go.” The actress said the science fiction element is more of a metaphor for the relationships of the main characters.