Daniela De Carlo, writer-director of The Blackout, on how her childhood idol, Brazilian pop star Xuxa, magically came into her life, for good.
Director David Charles Rodrigues never got any formal film education. Instead, he learned everything from his favorite video-store clerk, Cláudio.
Writer-director Fernando Grostein Andrade on the lessons he learned behind bars, and how they apply to his new film Abe and our present moment.
Sabrina McCormick and Soopum Sohn write about the unique experience of making their new film, Sequestrada, in the Amazon rainforest.
To mark the release of Costa's doc The Edge of Democracy, she talks with the director of Our Brand is Crisis and Big Men.
The Swiss duo share some of the Brazilian funk, fusion, and acid jazz tracks that inspire them.
The singer-songwriter was nervous to meet Arto Lindsay, whose Cuidado Madame is out today.
Channeling Claudia Rankine, Talkhouse Film's poet laureate Terence Nance looks at the present moment through one of the finest films of 2016.
A documentary shuns the cinematic in favor of desktop exploration, and favors ambiguity over clearly defined truth.
The latest in the genre of maid movies is a sweet-natured addition, and much more straightforward and less perverse than others of its ilk.