The director of male stripper doc This One's for the Ladies looks back on the indirect route he took to filmmaking success.
The Raft director Marcus Lindeen on how he unconsciously followed in the footsteps of his doc's subject, anthropologist Santiago Genovés.
The Cold Blue's director on his new doc, restoring William Wyler's The Memphis Belle and propaganda and "fake news," then and now.
Composer Jean-Michel Jarre talks Moog in an extended clip from the forthcoming documentary, plus some words from producer Jason Amm, aka Solvent.
Filmmaker and leukemia survivor Hernan Barangan charts the journey that led him to making his documentary feature debut.
While on the festival circuit with her documentary The Proposal, artist and filmmaker Jill Magid goes in search of Chantal Akerman.
Pamela B. Green on rewriting early film history and her transformative experience making Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché.
Penny Lane, the director of Hail Satan?, on the 60/40 rule and her delightfully bumbling path to mainstream success.
Director Emma Tammi delves into the theme of isolation at the heart of her new film, The Wind, and her documentary about the 2016 Election.
Columbine survivor and doc director Laura Farber on what she learned making We Are Columbine, and telling a story that needed to be told.