In her new column for Talkhouse, Anna Roisman kicks off a passionate defense of unappreciated movies with this 2018 J.Lo gem.
Documentarian Victor Kossakovsky dedicated his new film Aquarela to Russian cinematic great Sokurov. Here he explains why.
For A Score to Settle director Shawn Ku, the themes of his films connect deeply to his own relationship with his father.
Caveh Zahedi looks back on his friendship with the all-time great documentary filmmaker, who passed away last week.
For a long time, Brian Falduto was “the gay kid from School of Rock,” but now he’s happily writing new, exciting chapters of his life.
Exhibit A's creator Kelly Loudenberg shares stories and images from the show's unseen episode about bite marks.
Filmmaker Alix Lambert on Tamara Kotevska and Ljubomir Stefanov's exquisitely beautiful and very timely documentary Honeyland.
Actor Jason Mewes, whose directorial debut Madness in the Method is in theaters now, shares some things that make life special.
Garret Price on how he transitioned from editor to director to work with the Yelchin family on the intimate documentary portrait Love, Antosha.
Coyote Lake's Mexican writer-director Sara Seligman on her complicated feelings about making a film with Latino villains in the present era.