Coming of age films have often found fertile ground in horror cinema, but few have done it as memorably as Raw, Julia Ducournau’s breakout hit that’s been thrilling queasy audiences since its Cannes debut last year. The film’s fiercely feminine perspective is the result of an intense collaboration between the filmmaker and her young star, 19-year-old Garance Marillier, who delivers a performance that runs the gamut from shy freshman to unhinged, blood splattered grotesque. As a precocious teenager entering veterinary college, Marillier gets to explore female desire in a distinct and contemporary way — in between munching on severed body parts, dissecting animals and wearing shades of colour that would do Isabelle Adjani proud. We spoke with Marillier over email recently to ask her about the experience. Continue reading
My interview with Rogue One‘s Diego Luna for Malibu magazine, November 2016. Continue reading
A chat with Everybody Wants Some!!‘s Zoey Deutch for Yen magazine. Continue reading
Spoke with Forest Whitaker recently for Malibu magazine, about Roots, his career, and Rogue One.