Roma by Alfonso Cuaron

Could this be the next Best Actress Oscar winner?

Apart from already having conquered the hearts of everyone in Venice, actress Yalitza Aparicio makes her award-worthy debut in Alfonso Cuarón's stunning ROMA -- an ode to the filmmaker's own childhood.

Meg Ryan

Phenomenal Woman

She will always be the star who makes you declare, "I'll have what she's having!"

Matteo Garrone photographed by Stefano Baroni

Year of the 'Dogman'

Matteo Garrone brings us wholeheartedly into his dark fairy tale and allows us to discover an uncommon leading man, Marcello Fonte (who just won Best Actor in Cannes!) in the process. The result is pure cinematic magic.

Victor Polster in 'Girl'

The Perfect 'Girl'!

When Lukas Dhont screened his film on a Saturday morning in Un Certain Regard, Cannes found its heroine.

And Nina found a personal favorite.

After all, every girl dreams of becoming a ballerina... But there is a twist here.

Happy as Lazzaro's Adriano Tardiolo

The Italians are coming!

Alice Rohrwacher's 'Happy as Lazzaro' deserved to win the Palme d'Or in Cannes.

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Edie Sedgwick, the original reality star

A retrospective of the downtown It Girl's collaboration with Andy Warhol is on show at this year's Marseille International Film Festival

Nadine Labaki in 'Where Do We Go Now?'

Nadine Labaki shatters records at the Cannes Film Festival

The Lebanese filmmaker is the first woman from the Arab world in more than forty years to have her film featured in the Official Competition lineup, and only the second Arab woman ever to compete for the Palme d'Or.

Wrap your head around that!

Claes Bang

Claes Bang from 'The Square' on the privacy of public sex scenes.

There is something powerfully magnetic about this Danish actor whose film was nominated for a Foreign Language Oscar.

Find out his inner thoughts and the one word he'd use to describe himself to someone who doesn't know him, from this exclusive sit-down with Nina in Dubai.

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Jeff Goldblum courtesy of Berlinale

Wes Anderson is "some kind of enlightened fakir!"

So three-time collaborator and mega movie and TV star Jeff Goldblum talks about the 'Isle of Dogs' filmmaker and Nina got to interview him in Berlin, at the film's world premiere.

Jeffrey Wright on HBO's 'Westworld'

"We are American no matter who we are and it’s going to take a bit more work before all of us understand that."

Actor Jeffrey Wright talks 'Westworld', trusting "the Other" and Trump's America.

Samuel L. Jackson photographed by Getty Images in Dubai

Samuel L. Jackson is a phenomenal man.

Nina caught up with the legendary actor in Dubai and he disclosed the movie line he gets most often repeated back to him... It involves fast food.

'The Private Life of a Modern Woman', in America.

Before Hollywood rediscovered the existence of its casting couch system, legendary director and writer James Toback sat with Nina at the Venice Film Festival to talk about filmmaking and his extraordinary new work starring Sienna Miller. A film that explains so much about surviving as a woman in modern day America.

Jake Gyllenhaal, the 'Okja' interview from Cannes.

While in Cannes to promote Bong Joon Ho's 'Okja', Jake Gyllenhaal opened up like never before about his parents divorce, what makes him comfortable (hint it could involve bubbles... or not) and why there is no better time to be in America than now. Right now.

Click on the image for the full interview.

Guy Martin on Hondros, Tim Hetherington and the Libya attacks.

“I don’t want to be defined by it, by that thing.” Almost killed in an ambush in 2011, photojournalist Martin talked to Nina during Pitti Uomo. Could photographing fashion's front row really be that much different from capturing life at the frontline?

With a new film out on Chris Hondros, this interview helps to understand why these men risk life every day to bring the truth of the image to us.

Click on photo for the full interview.

Jim Carrey in Venice

Jim Carrey touched down to earth at the Venice Film Festival. And then, he was off again.

During a leisurely conversation one afternoon on the Lido in Venice, Jim Carrey spoke calmly and insightfully about being a human being. He conquered all our hearts, those of us lucky enough to be in his presence and the resulting interview is one I will always cherish deeply. Then, a few days later, the Carrey we all know and love to laugh with returned and the insanity was once again among us.