Articles by Trilby Beresford
The Subtle Sentimentality of Andrew Haigh
“Lean on Pete” projects the English director’s empathetic voice to his largest American audience yet.
In Conversation: Steven Rogers Chose the Indie Route for “I, Tonya”
The screenwriter reflects on the messiness of truth and memory, and how he worked to build a story that encompassed everyone’s point of view.
On the Beach: “Moonlight”’s Jharrel Jerome on the Challenges of His First Major Role
The “Moonlight” actor reflects on the difficulty of hurting someone you love.
In Conversation: Director Justin Tipping Talks “Kicks”
In the Bay Area director’s debut, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in April and is now getting a digital release, a pair of Jordans is worth more than its price tag.
Life Gets Lovely and Messy in Judd Apatow’s “Love”
Netflix’s non-romantic rom-com finds love on its own terms.