Dancer and filmmaker Kelsey Peterson shares the emotional trajectory of making her debut documentary feature, Move Me.
David Licata on his 15-year journey making A Life’s Work, his new documentary about people engaged in all-consuming, open-ended projects.
Documentary filmmaker Patrick Forbes on the central role that fear has played in shaping his work over the years.
To mark the release of Amy Poehler’s new doc Lucy and Desi, Shannon Plumb shares her deep love of Lucille Ball and how she changed the world.
The Phantom director Patrick Forbes on the pivotal relationship between director and interviewee that is so crucial to a good non-fiction film.
Jeremiah Zagar on the very personal reason he was motivated to make The Fix, his new Roku docuseries on the truth about drug addiction.
Elizabeth and Gulistan Mirzaei on how love flourished in the face of war, both in their film Three Songs for Benazir and in their own lives.
The Mexican writer-director, whose new film Sundown hits theaters this Friday, on his favorite movie of the past year.
Shannon Plumb delves deep into the world of this new nature documentary, and also finds lessons for our current situation.
Director Ann Shin ponders questions she grappled with making her film A.rtificial I.mmortality, on the ongoing role of technology in our lives.