Shannon Plumb on the world now, and the world that can be glimpsed in Ryan Coogler's paradigm-shifting box-office behemoth.
Shannon Plumb braves her first horror movie in two decades, and ponders how a beloved comic figure became an icon of evil.
Shannon Plumb pens a beautiful, idiosyncratic response to Michael Almereyda's movie about love, death and memory.
Our staff share behind the scenes commentary and context with each talk, plus an unreleased outtake.
Shannon Plumb finds kindred spirits in the comedy double act of Fiona Gordon and Dominique Abel, whose delightful new movie is out this week.
Two of the most distinctive voices in indie cinema share a bed and a chat from NYC's Ludlow Hotel.
Shannon Plumb tries to counter the flu bug sweeping through her household, and to formulate a plan to defeat a much bigger problem.
Shannon Plumb on red carpets, press embargoes, critical slapdowns, standing ovations and more, as her husband's new movie premieres on the Lido.
Filmmaker and actor Shannon Plumb struggles with what direction to take in her work when nothing in the world now seems funny.
Shannon Plumb on Thomas Bidegain's Les Cowboys, which updates the Western for the post-9/11 world.