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Asif Kapadia

The Cannes Diaries: Divorce Orthodox Style, the Next Arab Superstar and Hugs on the Croisette

E. Nina Rothe | Posted 07.17.2014 | Arts
E. Nina Rothe

Walking up the stairs of the Theatre Croisette inside the JW Marriott after the screening, I felt as if I was thankfully coming up for air, after having been submersed in feelings and beautifully cinematic anguish for nearly two hours.

Headed To The Big Screen

AP | Posted 06.25.2013 | Entertainment

LONDON — The director of award-winning film "Senna" is making a documentary about the late soul singer Amy Winehouse. Focus Features Internatio...

Dharamsala, India Gets Into The Film Fest Game

Heidiminx | Posted 12.03.2012 | Travel
Heidiminx

Adding a new dimension to McLeod Ganj's already considerable reputation as a quirky, cosmopolitan town populated by a mix of local Gaddis, Tibetan refugees, foreign expatriates and travelers from around the world, the Dharamshala International Film Festival aims to establish a one-of-a-kind film festival, an intimate and exciting event in an unusual and beautiful setting where filmmakers and film-lovers can interact in an informal yet meaningful way and where local audiences can have the opportunity to watch some of the finest films being made in the world today.

Senna: Director Asif Kapadia Explores The Man Vs. The Myth

Cynthia Ellis | Posted 10.18.2011 | Entertainment
Cynthia Ellis

You will laugh, you will cry, it is better than CATS. But most importantly, you will be moved. Senna is one of the most successful documentaries to come out of England to the States, ever.

Race to Immortality: Senna

Tribeca | Posted 10.12.2011 | Entertainment
Tribeca

When we talked with Asif Kapadia about Senna, he opened up about working with archival television footage, his distaste for talking heads, and how he learned about Formula One from square...well, one.

Senna Documentary Goes Behind the Wheel of F1 Racing

Michael Rose | Posted 10.09.2011 | Home
Michael Rose

After seeing a new documentary, Senna, I can't imagine anyone not being hooked by the drivers and the spectacle of human beings piloting autos through hair splitting curves at speeds in excess of 200 mph.