Steven Soderbergh Interviews Conversations With Filmmakers
The long and prolific career of Steven Soderbergh (b. 1963) defies easy categorization. From his breakout beginnings in 1989 with "sex, lies, and videotape" to 2013, when he retired from big-screen movie-making to focus on other pursuits including television, the director's output resembles nothing less than an elaborate experiment. Soderbergh's Hollywood vehicles such as the "Ocean's Eleven" movies, "Contagion" and "Magic Mike" appear just as risky and outside-the-box as low-budget exercises such as "Schizopolis," "Bubble," and "The Girlfriend Experience.