Terry’s films are just like manifestations of his mind. He’s sort of just existing in his mind while we’re filming, and he loves being on set. But what distinguishes Terry from working with other directors is the freedom he gives you. Terry’s only happy if you’re having fun and exploring the boundaries of the character and their circumstances — and that’s only wants. He wants to build a world around you and he wants you to get lost in it. That’s what makes him so special; it’s one of the things that make him who he is.

We talk with the star of The Zero Theorem about Terry Gilliam, Christoph Waltz, and his relationship with Wes Anderson.

Christopher Anderson, 1970, Canada/USA, is an all rounded photographer who is well-known for his documentary / photo-journalistic work. He has traveled extensively to conflict zones throughout the world as Israel, Afghanistan and Haiti. He photographed these conflicts from a personal point of view. In 2009 he released the book Capitolio, a cinematic journey into Caracas, Venezuela. "He notates the country’s current incongruities, where the violent and the sensual intermingle chaotically." (Magnum Photos) A recent body of work is called Son. He photographed his wife, his son and his father who was ill with cancer. Due to the birth of his son and several other happenings Christopher has decided to step away from war photography. Son is a very intimate and emotional project, touching themes as the cycle of life. It is a project that defines the real reasons for our existence and our drive as human beings. Christopher joined Magnum Photos in 2005 and became a full member in 2010. He has worked on commercial fashion shoots and had portrait sessions with people as Lady Gaga, Lance Armstrong and Al Pacino.