In The King, Eugene Jarecki is taking aim at one of our nation's sacred cows. But, despite what the trolls say, it's not Elvis.
Writer-director Mouly Surya on how she struggled to find her identity as an Indonesian filmmaker after years spent studying abroad.
Lifelong Landis devotee Jim Hemphill revisits his little-seen first film, reminding him just what he loves about the veteran director’s work.
Lea Thompson traces the roots of her artistic identity from the relationships with her mother and dance teacher through to her directorial debut.
Drew Pearce pulls back the curtain on the exhaustive approach he took to world-building for his star-studded directorial debut, Hotel Artemis.
Lorna Tucker, director of Westwood: Punk, Icon, Activist, relates her remarkable journey from homeless teen to successful documentarian.
The writer-director of Summer 1993 on how the death of a family member has underpinned each of the films she has made.
Shannon Plumb writes a letter to the men running the film industry. She’s got some things to say.
Baltasar Kormákur on his Icelandic roots and pushing himself to the limits for films like Everest and his latest, Adrift.
Jeremy Frindel charts his journey from subversive comedy pop star to "green-juice yoga guy" to documentary filmmaker.