Some prime cuts from 2017 episodes of the Talkhouse Podcast, featuring Frankie Cosmos, David Cross, Shamir, Lake Bell and more.
Writer-director-star Quinn Shephard looks back – with help from her mother, Laurie – on the roots of her debut feature, which she wrote at age 15.
Natalia Leite explores the problematic way in which American films depict female sexual pleasure.
Damon Cardasis on his experiences making Saturday Church, which shows a positive path forward for Christianity in the LGBTQ community.
Visual artist and filmmaker Laurie Simmons on the cinephilia at the core of her debut feature as writer-director.
The ballots of a selection of the filmmakers who voted for their favorite movies of 2017, including Bret Easton Ellis, Aisha Tyler and Ondi Timoner.
Talkhouse Film contributors' favorite films of the year, with special contributions by Aisha Tyler, Bret Easton Ellis, Alex Ross Perry and more.
The two Daily Show alums sit down for a chat at the Sonos store in NYC, and the conversation quickly gets real. And really funny.
The latest title in LaBruce's alternative canon is Jonathan Kaplan's 1979 zeitgeist teen drama starring Matt Dillon.
Megan Griffiths on what to do with the art created by sexual predators.