Documentarian Jennifer Fox on the unconventional way she approached her first fiction film, the Gotham- and Spirit Award-nominated The Tale.
Cameron Yates on traveling the festival circuit with his film Chef Flynn, and his parallel trajectory with Sandi Tan's acclaimed documentary.
Two of the hottest new directors of 2018 sit down at the Sundance Film Festival to discuss their contrasting paths to success.
At the Kickstarter Lodge at Sundance, friends and fellow writer-directors Choe and Ahn have an unfiltered chat about film, family, festivals and more.
The internet's favorite no-budget filmmaker, John Wilson, explains why he was at Sundance this year, despite openly resenting the festival.
Lou Pepe speaks out in ardent support of Michał Marczak's gorgeously cinematic doc, a film considered by some to not qualify as non-fiction.
Andrew Ahn, director of the Sundance award-winner Spa Night, on the necessity of facing up to the things that set you apart.
Writer-director Reinaldo Marcus Green ponders how best to make an impact with your debut feature after gaining traction with a short.
Director Clay Liford, whose latest movie is now on the festival circuit, gives an insider's view on the ever-changing film distribution landscape.
In bed with a cup of tea, having lunch or stifling a sneeze, Talkhouse Film contributors share their Sundance picks from Park City and beyond.