Jim Hemphill celebrates the creative expansion the polarizing comedian's new Netflix film has afforded him.
The director of the forthcoming Below Her Mouth on how the press' recent focus on her gender made her newly consider the female gaze.
The director of the new documentary Tony Conrad: Completely in the Present recalls the major figures who helped shape his career.
Adam Leon on why additional photography (which he used on his new movie, Tramps) is not a sign a film is in trouble, but exactly the opposite.
The Seattle-based writer-director fights her post-election malaise by watching everything from A Face in the Crowd to Falling Down.
A look at the efforts of film directors, producers and composers as they volunteer in battleground states for the 2016 Presidential Election.
Clay Liford tries to work through his issues with the current fixation on spoilers and get to the root of why it all annoys him so much.
Writer-director Reinaldo Marcus Green ponders how best to make an impact with your debut feature after gaining traction with a short.
Inspired by Jesse Williams' BET speech, writer-producer Mayuran Tiruchelvam on how the film community can aid the Black Lives Matter movement.
Jim Hemphill recalls a memorable impromptu encounter with one his idols, the reclusive Michael Cimino, who passed away on July 2.