Filmmaker Michelle Memran on how she used making art with watercolor pencils as a form of therapy, from her cancer diagnosis through the pandemic.
The friends discuss mental health, “The Queer Art of Failure,” and the fun of exploring gender.
How a moment of personal crisis ignited David Guy Levy’s need to make his new film, The Mandela Effect.
Filmmaker and leukemia survivor Hernan Barangan charts the journey that led him to making his documentary feature debut.
Michelle Memran on the lengthy and arduous journey she took to complete The Rest I Make Up, her film about playwright María Irene Fornés.
"Better question is, why do I need an excuse for my fear? Why can’t I accept that I’m terrified and that’s a normal feeling? Cancer is scary."
Lucky director John Carroll Lynch on a moment (and an expression) that changed the course of his life.
Vincent Sabella, whose debut feature Elizabeth Blue opens today, asks you to see beyond the superficial.
No matter how you feel going in, watching a great movie helps you connect with it in a profound and transformative way.
On moving past discomfort with the idea of fandom.