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  • Anton Corbijn (right) and star Dane DeHaan on the Life set

    Anton Corbijn

    Harry Guerin talks to the legendary photographer-turned-director about his new film, the James Dean character study Life.

  • M Night Shyamalan

    M Night Shyamalan

    Writer-director M Night Shyamalan tells TEN's Harry Guerin about the inspiration for his new film The Visit, making a chiller on a small budget, and how he avoids playing it safe.

  • Ciarán Foy (r) with Sinister 2 writer-producer Scott Derrickson

    Sinister 2 director Ciarán Foy

    After wowing festivals with his feature debut Citadel, Dubliner Ciarán Foy was given the opportunity to go behind the lens in the US for the sequel to surprise box office hit Sinister.

  • Swedish actress Rebecca Ferguson talks training and working with Tom Cruise on the latest Mission: Impossible movie

    M:I's Rebecca Ferguson laughed at Tom Cruise a lot

    We caught up with the Mission: Impossible star to find out what it was like preparing for her kick-ass role on film.

  • Simon Pegg is back as Benji in his third run in the M:I franchise

    Simon Pegg talks M:I 5 and why Tom Cruise is the boss

    Simon Pegg is back for Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation - see why he thinks Tom Cruise is "obviously the boss" here.

  • Saul Dibb (right) with Suite Française stars Kristin Scott Thomas and Matthias Schoenaerts

    Suite Française director Saul Dibb

    With his adaptation of the posthumous Irène Némirovsky bestseller out now on Blu-ray/DVD, the filmmaker tells Harry Guerin about his experiences making Suite Française.

  • John Boorman (centre) with his Queen & Country stars (L-R) Caleb Landry Jones, Tamsin Egerton and Callum Turner at last year's Cannes Film Festival

    Interview: Queen & Country director John Boorman

    With John Boorman's new film Queen & Country now screening at Dublin's Light House Cinema, TEN's Harry Guerin met the longtime Wicklow resident to find out more.

  • Kavanagh - "I also wanted to make a love letter to some of the films that terrified me as a child, to make a film that was almost self-aware in regards to it being a horror film"

    Interview: The Canal director Ivan Kavanagh

    With his new Irish horror The Canal out now in cinemas, writer-director Ivan Kavanagh tells TEN's Harry Guerin about bringing the scares to the screen.