The frontwoman talks Wim Wenders’s modern dance doc.
Documentarian Rachel Elizabeth Seed scrutinizes the rhythms and emotions of her radically different new life under coronavirus lockdown.
The Oscar-nominated director of Lost Girls offers up three things that anchor her in a stressful and increasingly uncertain world.
Documentary director Lynne Sachs sheds light on the innovative approach she took while making her new film, Film About a Father Who.
Making his new film in China, the director of Don't Be a Dick About It had an epiphany. It might sound a bit odd, but hear him out!
Documentarian Luke Lorentzen shares how he captured such unguarded, intimate footage for his new film, Midnight Family.
Marie Therese Guirgis, producer of the Steve Bannon documentary The Brink, recalls her darkest day working on the film.
Brett Story, director of the new doc The Hottest August, looks back on her formative creative years living and making work in Montreal.
Recorder: The Marion Stokes Project director Matt Wolf on the power, potency and importance of interviews in documentary filmmaking.
David Charles Rodrigues on how his personal history inspired him to make Gay Chorus Deep South a film for mainstream America.