Vincent Sabella, whose debut feature Elizabeth Blue opens today, asks you to see beyond the superficial.
Bobbi Jene director Elvira Lind on the documentary she shot but may never show about a tumultuous year in her and husband Oscar Isaac's life.
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Shannon Plumb braves her first horror movie in two decades, and ponders how a beloved comic figure became an icon of evil.
Actor turned writer-director Brian McGuire remembers his late friend, a screen icon who he directed in four movies.
Director Jeremy Kagan tells the story of a pivotal, transformative moment in his life using both words and images.
Jake Mahaffy on the 12-year odyssey of his Independent Spirit Award-nominated new film, and the blood, sweat and tears it took to make it.
Steve Lippman is moved by the great writer-director's most personal and deeply felt film, a semi-autobiographical portrait set in 1950s New York City.
Writer-director Maggie Greenwald, an "excavator" of the tales of great female historical figures, draws a line in the sand.
Two of the earliest contributors to Talkhouse Film sit down for a chat on the opening weekend of Hittman's new movie, Beach Rats.
Jim Hemphill, just back from the Telluride Film Festival, reports on the revelatory new version of one of the great director's most troubled movies.