Tom George, director of the new star-studded comedy mystery See How They Run, on the only true way to get good at filmmaking.
Susanna Nicchiarelli, whose new feature Chiara debuts today in Venice, on bringing films and new life into the world at the same time.
Filmmaker Juan Pablo González on the unconventional and organic way he made his debut feature, Dos estaciones, in his hometown.
Writer-director Sabrina Jaglom on returning to her teenage years for her latest film, the high-school thriller JANE.
Killian & the Comeback Kids writer-director-star Taylor A. Purdee on multiracial representation, both in front and behind the camera.
Vincent Grashaw, whose new film, What Josiah Saw, is streaming now on Shudder, on ’90s classics and his WWII epic, The Shortest Straw.
Paradise Highway writer-director Anna Gutto on making an audience-friendly film about a topic many people want to pretend doesn’t exist.
Actor turned filmmaker Samuel Dunning on rediscovering his creative energy during lockdown, when he wrote his forthcoming film Canoe Dig It?
Anthony Fabian, director of the new film Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris, on why he is drawn to stories of the underdog.
Musician turned filmmaker Mogli pulls back the curtain on the evocative companion film to her new album, Ravage.