Actress and writer Nadia Alexander on plumbing the depths in her new movie, The Dark, allowed her to finally access the happiness within her.
Patrick Wang on the late, great stage actor Brian Murray, who he worked with on multiple films, including his latest, A Bread Factory.
Director Antonio Méndez Esparza on the wisdom of Robert Bresson, and working with non-actors, including on his new film, Life and Nothing More.
Nashville stalwart Peters chats with legendary actress (and fellow musician) McGovern about music, marriage, acting, Downton Abbey, and much more.
Lea Thompson traces the roots of her artistic identity from the relationships with her mother and dance teacher through to her directorial debut.
Australian actor turned writer-director Baker gets grilled by another thesp now behind the camera as his new movie Breath hits theaters.
Natalia Almada on systemic sexism, misogyny and marginalization, and making Everything Else, her film about an unseen female protagonist.
Actress Nadia Alexander on the violent reactions some viewers have had to the complex antiheroes she's played – and what she's done in response.
Jim Hemphill on the grizzled performer's newly released book, and the qualities that make him exceptional.
The director of Baby Driver and Shaun of the Dead sits down for a chat with one of his cinematic heroes.