Katherine Waterston has become a reliable source for a variety of directors looking to infuse their characters with a visceral complexity, a nuanced humanity, that’s difficult to find elsewhere. It’s the reason why an astounding list of filmmakers have chosen her for their projects — cinematic powerhouses like Ridley Scott, Paul Thomas Anderson, Steven Soderbergh, and Danny Boyle. Interview by Max Berlinger, photography by Magnus Magnusson and styling by Martina Nilsson.
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Youth without a cause, but with the longing for revolution. I met director Matthew Lessner, 28 years old, at a screening of his first feature film "The Woods". His satire about a bunch of disillusioned young Americans who move out into the woods has been praised as one of the most interesting depictions to date of how developments of digital society have affected young people today. "This film started from that point about being part of this generation," Matthew says. "I ve had this feeling for most of my adult life, people being conscious of all the crazy shit that is going on in the world and responding really ineffectively to that. The film is very much making fun of the inefficiencies that I recognize in myself and the people around me." Click to read the whole article, by Antonia Nessen.