Writer-director Carla Simón, whose new short is at the Venice Film Festival, on how the death of a family member has underpinned each of her films.
Melissa Navia, who plays Lt. Erica Ortegas on Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, on returning for season two after a devastating, unthinkable loss.
Bobbi Jene director Elvira Lind on the documentary she shot but may never show about a tumultuous year in her and husband Oscar Isaac's life.
The Last Mountain filmmaker Chris Terrill on the death of young men, a tragic trope in his recent documentaries.
Zeshawn Ali on how the passing of his father while making his debut film, Two Gods, shaped the film into a meditation on death and renewal.
SYML’s new EP is a toast to his father and the cyclical nature of life.
Writer-director Jessie Barr on the personal story of death, grief and family that underpins her debut feature, Sophie Jones.
Filmmaker and artist David Shapiro shares journal entries from the making of his latest project, Untitled Pizza Movie, which is out this week.
La Leyenda Negra's writer-director Patricia Vidal Delgado on the poignant bond that brought her and her film's lead actress together.
Director Jason Wise recalls a fateful day shooting his new documentary about sea-urchin divers, The Delicacy.