Two titans of modern cinema talking for 20 minutes is my version of an opulent dessert. What I would do for a series of these such interviews in the style of Hitchcock/Truffaut (get the book or listen to the twelve hours of raw audio).
Originally posted by Deadline, they include one of my favorite bits of trivia about Wong Kar-wai's The Grandmaster: it was shot on film.
...he knew the end was near and his digital career would soon begin when Fuji sent him the last film stock during the long shoot accompanied by a letter that said it would be the last shipment. No more film.
It's a shame that the US home video release of the film does not include the longer, superior Hong Kong cut.