In the 1980s, Patrick's Mandie Fletcher became the sole female comedy director at the BBC. Here she shares some of her journey.
In the wake of #MeToo and #TimesUp, the director of the new thriller Miss Bala takes stock of where the film industry is at.
Jon Kauffman's dream job working under his favorite filmmaker, Darren Aronofsky, directly affected how he shaped his debut feature, Heartlock.
Melissa Stephens, creator of the new series Finding the Asshole, looks back at her formative experiences on the raunchy cable show.
What happens when two longtime friends — who also just happen to be Academy Award-winning directors — sit down for a chat?
The two Academy Award-winning directors discuss Friedkin's gripping new documentary, and life's big questions.
Simon Rumley, on whose film Crowhurst Nicolas Roeg was an executive producer, pays tribute to the late, great director.
Katherine Dieckmann on directing Sharon Van Etten's new music video, the echoes that haunt it, her friendship with Van Etten, and more.
Angela Shelton shares the amazing story of how her film Heart, Baby! changed the lives of its protagonists – in the most unlikely way possible.
Stacy Cochran on 9/11, motherhood, her Rip Van Winkle experience, and making her new film, Write When You Get Work, after nearly 20 years away.