Morgan Enos turned to music to work through the unexpected death of his father—Funny Papers, premiering here, is the result.
To Dust's Shawn Snyder on how the serendipitous discovery of the 1937 film The Dybbuk had a transformative effect on his new movie.
The Independent Spirit Award-nominated actress writes about coping with the death of her best friend while making Christina Choe’s film Nancy.
Siblings Elan and Jonathan Bogarín explain (and show!) how they made sense of their grandmother's passing in the film 306 Hollywood.
"In those instants, sloppily crooning alone to 'Forget Me Never,' I knew music had me in a chokehold."
The writer-director of Summer 1993 on how the death of a family member has underpinned each of the films she has made.
The two Academy Award-winning directors discuss Friedkin's gripping new documentary, and life's big questions.
"You made me feel seen, and I want to let the world see how beautiful you were."
"There is a kind of wisdom one only gains through pain or loss."
Writer-director Angus MacLachlan shares some of the stories behind his latest film, Abundant Acreage Available, which opens this week.