Richard Gray on how he went from being an Aussie kid who loved Braveheart to revisiting characters from that film in a movie of his own.
Writer-director Angelica Zollo on the subject of her debut feature, Trauma is a Time Machine.
The writer-directors of the new movie Villains are kind of heroes when it comes to their ideas about how to run a film set.
Jim Hemphill, eternal champion of the film maudit, sings the praises of this intense portrait of L.A. fan culture from the Limp Bizkit frontman.
Can You Keep a Secret? director Elise Durán on the special canine companions that have shaped her as a person and as an artist.
Writer-directors Adam Stein and Zach Lipovsky on the real, unglamorous story behind their award-winning breakthrough movie Freaks.
As his latest opus, Depraved hits theaters, indie horror maestro Larry Fessenden takes a moment to remind himself exactly why he makes movies.
Writer-director Michael Tyburski charts the unexpectedly long journey he took to make his new movie, The Sound of Silence.
For writer-director Aaron Schimberg, finding the right way to describe his latest feature, Chained for Life, has been challenging.
Writer-director Ira Sachs on the underappreciated Indian classic which sparked the idea for his forthcoming film, Frankie.