In an exclusive excerpt from his new memoir, producer/director Don Mischer on creating one of the most memorable Super Bowl halftime shows ever.
The veteran studio director, whose 1978 indie debut Stony Island is re-released today, on collaboration, lifelong friendship and nature.
Jennifer Cram, writer-director of the new comedy Sick Girl, on how her first role in cinema made her the filmmaker she is today.
Kailey and Sam Spear, whose episode of Creepshow airs tonight, on the theatre school that sparked their deep love of storytelling.
Director Jacqueline Castel on how her debut feature My Animal showed her how to evolve into the person she was supposed to be.
As her new movie, The List, comes out, Melissa B. Miller Costanzo ponders the price of making it to the big time.
Filmmaker Laura Moss, whose new film, birth/rebirth, is out this week, on legacy, progeny and identity in a mutable creative partnership.
Writer-director Jared Moshé, whose new movie Aporia comes out Friday, on the challenges (and rewards) of combining family and filmmaking.
Filmmaker Sally Potter, who just put out her debut album Pink Bikini, on the sense of yearning tied to the artform she's loved since childhood.
“We can do this ... There’s no way we can do all of this.” Filmmaker Theodore Collatos on stealing shots for his pilot Palookaville.