Filmmaker Jack Dunphy on his late best friend John Cibula, and the shifting role Terry Zwigoff’s dark holiday comedy played in their relationship.
"In those instants, sloppily crooning alone to 'Forget Me Never,' I knew music had me in a chokehold."
Lorna Tucker, director of Westwood: Punk, Icon, Activist, relates her remarkable journey from homeless teen to successful documentarian.
The late actor's friend and collaborator on the forthcoming A Thousand Junkies looks back on their personal and creative journey together.
TJ Bowen, who co-wrote and co-starred in Heron's last movie, A Thousand Junkies, shares stories of their time together.
Charlene deGuzman, the creator/star of I Forgot My Phone now crowdfunding her first feature, on the films that informed her take on life.
Sarah Silverman is as unflinching and committed in her performance as a troubled suburban mother as she is in her standup comedy.
Lovato’s music speaks to anyone who has lived through suffering from low self-esteem, self-harm and addiction.
This doc portrait of a revolutionary, messianic narcissist takes on added resonance if viewed during and juxtaposed with the Pope's recent U.S. visit.