The Seattle-based writer-director fights her post-election malaise by watching everything from A Face in the Crowd to Falling Down.
The poll ballots of more than 50 filmmakers, including James Marsh, Alex Ross Perry and Terence Nance, who voted for their favorite movies of 2016.
Writer-director Megan Griffiths shares a unique perspective on the experience of watching a film you were considered for, but did not get.
Writer-director Megan Griffiths on Matt Ross' family drama Captain Fantastic, how to raise kids right, and her late mother.
Talkhouse Film contributors dig around on IMDb, Amazon, Netflix and more to find the most hilariously outspoken takes on their movies.
A period coming-of-age dramedy, Heller's debut feature is a portrait of adolescence femininity that embraces complexity.
A filmmaker who grew up a fan of the original cartoon series finds a disappointing vision presented in its big-screen remake.
At a time when dramas are no longer in vogue in Hollywood, indie film is where the great movies are being made about the complexities of human life.