Musician and actress Chrysta Bell looks back on 17 years of friendship and collaboration with the visionary auteur.
Mark Pariselli explains how a debilitating case of flu led him to discover the ultimate teen movie, and how it reshaped how he saw the world.
The screenwriter behind the Final Destination series and the recent Dead Awake gives his take on a current buzzword in Hollywood.
The directors of the new documentary Good Fortune on how they upended their lives to move to the country, without sacrificing their careers.
Andrew Cohn recounts a pivotal and dramatic moment from his time making his latest movie, Night School.
At a time when U.S. politics is beyond satire, Matthew Wilder finds a resonant parallel in the unbridled weirdness of Lynch's seminal TV show.
Brea Grant celebrates the return of David Lynch's iconic show and explains why its rhythms fit so well with the current zeitgeist.
Handsome Devil writer-director John Butler on the genre's secondary status, and the importance of LGBT stories being fun and funny now too.
About to embark on an adaptation of Flannery O'Connor's "A Good Man is Hard to Find," the director ponders how true that is of Rooker.
While waiting to make her first feature, Zia Anger dives deep into her complicated feelings about the world of independent film.