GBP 6.00 — Released 5 September 2014
This issue is inspired by Maps to the Stars, a withering satire of Hollywood directed by Canadian legend, David Cronenberg.
We speak to the director about the movie industry's incestuous creative tendencies, and we also hear from the film's award-winning star, Julianne Moore, about her three decades as one of the world's most talented and distinctive actors.
The issue contains a special sealed supplement containing an interview with director David Fincher ahead of his new film, Gone Girl.
Also, in our reviews section: Timothy Spall pays homage to Mr Turner; Woody Allen whisks up Magic in the Moonlight; Phillip Seymour Hoffman is A Most Wanted Man; Daniel Radcliffe grows Horns; Elijah Wood plays the Grand Piano; Dan Stevens pays a visit in The Guest; Jack O'Connell goes behind enemy lines in '71; Emma Roberts takes a tour of Palo Alto; Ben Rivers and Ben Russell cast A Spell to Ward Off the Darkness; George MacKay reveals his sense of Pride; Emmanuelle Devos stuns as Violette, Nick Cave spends 20,000 Days on Earth, Frederick Wiseman spends some time At Berkeley, Pawel Pawlikowski searches for his roots in Ida and Destiny Ekaragha has Gone Too Far.
Plus exclusive interviews with Mike Leigh, Daniel Radcliffe, Gia Coppola, Pawel Pawlikowski and reports from film festivals in Locarno and Palić.