Jack Riccobono, director of Amityville: An Origin Story, on finding connections between hauntings, trauma and the dark side of human nature.
The acclaimed actress, whose directorial debut, Falcon Lake, is in theaters now, on creative rest, Steve Carell and the art of listening.
Writer-actress Dani Barker shares a cautionary tale from the making of her new film, Follow Her — and she has the receipts.
The notorious German filmmaker — newly back from his hiatus as a restaurateur — waxes lyrical about haute cuisine, Yellowstone and directing.
Reflections on AI and human creativity in the style of Opus Cope, a documentary film about the godfather of AI music, David Cope.
Bobbi Jo Hart on having children, making documentaries and her new movie, Fanny: The Right to Rock.
The actor-comedian turned writer-director, whose debut feature Outpost is out now, extols the virtues of horror movies, hiking and naps.
Jamie Sisley, whose debut feature, Stay Awake, opens this week, on an unexpected impact of making a love letter to caretakers.
Blood, Sweat and Cheer’s Traci Hays on her daunting transition from production designer to full-time director.
Inspired by a deleted scene from the new horror comedy, Julia Marchese dives deep into Dracula and dance sequences.