The Australian writer-director of Jirga on how his background as a paramedic informed his approach to taking risks in life and filmmaking.
Tarantino's much anticipated ninth film is his best so far, and also arguably the greatest movie ever about the movies.
Filmmaker Jack Dunphy on his late best friend John Cibula, and the shifting role Terry Zwigoff’s dark holiday comedy played in their relationship.
Cindy Silver fostered her son Nathan’s creativity and now plays another important role in his life: his favorite actress.
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.
Actor Joseph Cross on how he fulfilled a childhood ambition by directing his first movie, thanks to a crew who went above and beyond.
Jasmin Mozaffari on the roots of her debut feature, Firecrackers, and her proudly disruptive mission to topple the patriarchy through cinema.
Miss Arizona writer-director Autumn McAlpin on the very challenging realities of trying to balance art with life obligations.
Jim Hemphill on the new Netflix show about grief, a show which mines complex and conflicting emotions for both laughs and profundity.
Celebrate July 4th with an epoch-defining video essay by Kentucker Audley on the classic Will Smith movie where he goes and shoots all those aliens.