The writer-director of Gemini harkens back to a time before "content" and infinite streaming options, when watching TV was a social act.
The producer of The Invisible War, The Hunting Ground and The Bleeding Edge on what it takes to tell profoundly important stories.
For Shannon Plumb, watching Hannah Gadsby's Nanette brings up poignant memories of a teenage friendship.
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The Way Brothers share their experiences talking at length with Ma Anand Sheela, the controversial subject of their new Netflix documentary series.
Kelly Loudenberg, the creator of Netflix's compelling new documentary series, writes about the moments she had to leave on the cutting room floor.
Jim Hemphill celebrates the creative expansion the polarizing comedian's new Netflix film has afforded him.
Adam Bhala Lough on Ava DuVernay's powerful doc on the roots of African-American mass incarceration – and also on what it leaves out.
Writer-director Andrew Matthews on Netflix's smash hit series and a worrisome trait of that and a number of other binge-worthy shows.
The singer-songwriter talks race, police violence and dangerous fictions.