Charles Gould, currently starring in the horror-comedy It Cuts Deep, yearns for the golden age when performers like him could become A-listers.
Hubert Point-Du Jour, one of the stars of Showtime’s The Good Lord Bird, on how he has used music in his creative process as an actor.
The star, writer-director and composer of the new film The Nest, out now through IFC, have a fascinating discussion about their collaboration.
Brea Grant, whose new film 12 Hour Shift is out this week, talks with Kit Williamson about their transition from actors to writer-directors.
Legendary director John Badham, who has a new edition of his book On Directing out now, shares a favorite filmmaking story.
In Joslyn Jensen's Not My Type series, actors in quarantine go beyond their perceived limitations to re-interpret iconic characters in cinema.
Actress and screenwriter Jenna Lyng Adams on how she had to go through flames to make her pandemic thriller Before the Fire.
Laura Hunter Drago, whose film To the New Girl is out today, on her transformative journey from actress to producer.
The writer-director of Made in Italy, out now in theaters and on digital, on life during and after lockdown.
Actress Sheila Vand, currently starring in The Rental, on the many examples of microaggression she’s faced in her career.