Actor turned writer-director Brian McGuire remembers his late friend, a screen icon who he directed in four movies.
Lloyd Kaufman, Darren Lynn Bousman, Larry Fessenden, Rodney Ascher, Emily Hagins and more remember the much-loved father of the zombie movie.
Allison Anders, Charlie McDowell, John Krokidas and more pay tribute to the late Oscar-winning director of The Silence of the Lambs.
Man on Wire director James Marsh pays tribute to David Bowie by recalling the time they became friendly, and pondering his creative swan song.
Victoria Negri recalls the close relationship she developed with the late actor on her directorial debut, in which he played her real-life father.
Film director Craig Zobel pays tribute to Leonard Cohen by sharing stories of his encounters with the era-defining singer-songwriter.
Director Nicholas McCarthy looks back on working with the late Michael Massee, a great actor and complex man, in his film At the Devil's Door.
Ted Geoghegan pays tribute to the late Godfather of Gore, an unabashed fan of sleaze and goofy ultraviolence – and a born entertainer.
Joe Dante, Allison Anders, Rod Lurie and more pay tribute to the late director of such classics as L.A. Confidential and Wonder Boys.
Jim Hemphill recalls a memorable impromptu encounter with one his idols, the reclusive Michael Cimino, who passed away on July 2.