The longtime director of the My Little Pony TV shows and movies writes of his first time at a fan convention celebrating the franchise.
The men behind two of the most revolutionary and important TV shows of the present moment sit down for a conversation.
Barbara Kopple on how she approached telling the extraordinary story in her latest documentary, A Murder in Mansfield.
Broadway's Hamilton and Brooklyn Nine-Nine's Rosa talk Twitter, theatre and Harvey Weinstein, and catch up on each other's love lives.
Director Natalia Leite scrutinizes the rape-revenge genre, and questions why these films are always made by men …
Victoria Negri on the experience of growing up with a much older father, and how it informed her very personal directorial debut, Gold Star.
Jim Hemphill shares his fondness for quirky small-screen cuts of big movies, and one of these that's finally been released for the first time.
Erik Nelson explains how his cinematic communing with the dead started with Grizzly Man, and continues with his new film, Gray State.
What happens when a poet and a novelist start making movies together?
The director of Crash Pad goes back to his early days as an editor to reveal how "recycling" footage brought out his true creativity.