Director Jonathan Milott on a particularly tough day on his new film Becky, and those special shots he's always fighting to make time to shoot.
At the end of the day, writes Gavagai's writer-director Rob Tregenza, it's all dependent cinema.
Mark Pellington, whose new movie Nostalgia opens today, on the driving force behind his work in film, TV, music videos and beyond.
Two of the earliest contributors to Talkhouse Film sit down for a chat on the opening weekend of Hittman's new movie, Beach Rats.
Michael Tyburski unpacks the enduring appeal of Stanley Kubrick's 1975 epic period piece, the film he considers the greatest of all time.
Luke Meyer on Roberto Minervini's The Other Side, his own new film, Breaking a Monster, and ideas of documentary authenticity.
The latest from Harvard's Harvard Sensory Ethnography Lab, one of the most acclaimed documentaries of 2014 is a film of 11 perfect shots.
The documentary filmmaker is greatly impressed by this intimate, simply told drama, and particularly by one movingly authentic opening scene.