Or a few impolite thoughts on The Young Karl Marx, by the director of that film and I Am Not Your Negro.
Writer-director Xander Robin introduces us to the disparate men he found to play father figures in his decidedly unconventional debut feature.
The screenwriter of Blair Witch just watched his first movie in 18 months, so of course he wrote about the experience for Talkhouse.
Mark Pellington, whose new movie Nostalgia opens today, on the driving force behind his work in film, TV, music videos and beyond.
At the Kickstarter Lodge at Sundance, friends and fellow writer-directors Choe and Ahn have an unfiltered chat about film, family, festivals and more.
Jim Hemphill pays tribute to the director whose aptitude at portraying potent sexuality made him the ideal fit for the Fifty Shades franchise.
French cinema's enfant terrible on his provocative new film Double Lover, #MeToo, the feminism of Deneuve and Bardot, and more.
The award-winning VFX facial artist turned documentary director explains how he used microexpressions as a storytelling tool in his debut feature.
Jennifer Reeder and a group of her cinematic peers share where their audacity comes from, and the path forward to a better filmmaking future.
Despite being an Oscar winner, Arthur Hiller and Paddy Chayefsky's dark satirical drama is now overlooked and richly deserves fresh attention.