A whole world opened up for Lisa D'Apolito when she made Love, Gilda, her documentary about the beloved late comedian.
Sasha Waters Freyer, director of Garry Winogrand: All Things are Photographable, has some thoughts on being a so-called "late-bloomer."
The writer-director-star of Armed writes about his unconventional upbringing and becoming the filmmaker — and man — he is today.
With the release of Terence Nance‘s acclaimed HBO series Random Acts of Flyness, we revisit this talk between the two multi-hyphenates.
The writer-director of Don't Leave Home tells the frustrating, improbable story of how his fifth feature (finally) came to be.
Documentary filmmaker Jesse Sweet on the recent rush of movies about Hasidic Jews, and his own upcoming film, City of Joel.
For MDMA writer-director Angie Wang, The Affair and Sharp Objects have helped her see and discuss difficult topics in a new way.
Amy Scott talks accidentally getting stoned in Italy, Roger Ebert, La Dolce Vita, Trump, editing, and her debut feature, Hal.
Kusama — Infinity director Heather Lenz details the obstacles she faced during her resilient attempts to get her documentary made.
Director Robert Greene, his cinematographer and producers break down the images in their new film, and how they used genre to interrogate mythologies.