Shannon Plumb on The Disappearance of My Mother, an intimate portrait of ex-model Benedetta Barzini, and her own brush with the fashion world.
Watching Scorsese's new Bob Dylan documentary takes filmmaker Shannon Plumb back to the time she left her life behind to go look for America.
Shannon Plumb looks back on the impact the late filmmaker and Anthology Film Archives founder had on her life and career.
As a Quad retrospective and a new documentary celebrate Buster Keaton, fellow screen clown Shannon Plumb also pays tribute to the silent master.
For Shannon Plumb, watching Hannah Gadsby's Nanette brings up poignant memories of a teenage friendship.
Shannon Plumb writes a letter to the men running the film industry. She’s got some things to say.
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.
Shannon Plumb is so enchanted by the profound fables of Matteo Garrone's Tale of Tales that the film permeates her own life...
A filmmaker sees strong parallels with her own life in this film that puts a personal spin on the behind-the-scenes documentary.