With Russell's 1971 musical newly out on Blu-ray, Steve Lippman makes a case for the film being an underappreciated classic.
On Cinefamily's patio in Los Angeles, cult British doc director Curtis breaks down the complexities of the world with one of his most famous fans.
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With Terrence Malick's Song to Song in theaters now, Jacob T. Swinney's video essay looks at a recent motif in the director's films.
Writer-director Ted Geoghegan, who is also a publicist, begs his peers to tweet less about their movies and spend more time actually making them.
A Woman, A Part director Elisabeth Subrin on her quest to solve the riddle of why she chose an actress as the subject of her debut feature.
Oscar-nominated documentarian Guy Davidi reveals how his film about acting teacher Amir Orian shifted his views on how art and politics can intersect.
Two spiritual sons of Michael Moore meet for the first time and bond over their experiences documenting the extreme fringes of society.
Writer and actress Mara Wilson traces her complex relationship over time with Phoebe Gloeckner's book, and then its big-screen version.
The two brilliant, colorful and irrepressible filmmakers sit down in a New York City gallery to discuss memory, time and artistic boundaries.
Stephen Cone on Olivier Assayas' beguiling new film, and the other rare movies that have powerfully lingered with him in the same way.