In this new column, Miller Costanzo lets her mother pick the movie they are going to watch, despite their very different tastes ...
Jim Hemphill admires the latest addition to the small-screen realm of Law & Order creator Dick Wolf.
Fighting with My Family's writer-director Stephen Merchant traces the roots of his comedy career back to a childhood full of laughter.
At Art Basel in Miami, Ondi Timoner sparks a conversation on how various artistic platforms can shape the way our society views minority groups.
Darren Lynn Bousman, whose new film St. Agatha is in theaters now, on how his son Henry altered his perspective on life and art.
In the 1980s, Patrick's Mandie Fletcher became the sole female comedy director at the BBC. Here she shares some of her journey.
To Dust's Shawn Snyder on how the serendipitous discovery of the 1937 film The Dybbuk had a transformative effect on his new movie.
The Two and a Half Men actor joins singer-songwriter Lee at his house for a chat about musicals, fame, failure, Twitter activism and more.
The director of The Gospel of Eureka on his experiences making (and then screening) a documentary short about an LGBT haven in the Bible Belt.
At Art Basel in Miami, Ondi Timoner leads a discussion on how philanthropic efforts can make art accessible for everyone.