Discussions with artists about insurance, the Affordable Care Act, and the proposed Republican plan’s potential impact on their lives and work.
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.
"America ain’t, nor has it ever been, white," and other reasons to fight.
"In this bossy new column for Talkhouse, I will bestow many instructions for how to proceed in the face of crushing disappointment."
In the face of white supremacy, DAMN. demands respect.
The Seattle-based writer-director fights her post-election malaise by watching everything from A Face in the Crowd to Falling Down.
Andrew Matthews, a newly politicized filmmaker based in Austin, Texas, explains how his background prepped him for the new resistance movement.
Tommy O'Haver, director of The Most Hated Woman in America, makes his passionate pitch for who should be the next POTUS.
The Levelling writer-director Hope Dickson Leach on Certain Women and the compassionate approach of her former professor.
Oscar-nominated documentarian Guy Davidi reveals how his film about acting teacher Amir Orian shifted his views on how art and politics can intersect.