On the 17th anniversary of the disaster, the director of Hurricane Katrina doc Forced Change details his epic path to completing his film.
Writer-director Mei Makino on the rites of passage she experienced while in post-production on her feature debut, which is out now on demand.
So Late So Soon's editor Isidore Bethel on how the film's subject Jackie Seiden impacted him, both as a filmmaker and an educator.
Filmmaker Pisie Hochheim on the complex process of editing Ry Russo-Young’s HBO doc series about her family’s explosive past.
The legendary editor, whose latest film in now out, on how he’s been spending the pandemic and his faith in the power of cinematic storytelling.
The Blech Effect director David Greenwald on his unconventional path in filmmaking, and the critical role Jonathan Demme played in his success.
Garret Price on how he transitioned from editor to director to work with the Yelchin family on the intimate documentary portrait Love, Antosha.
Alexandria Bombach on the emotional toll of making On Her Shoulders, her portrait of Nobel Peace Prize-winning Yazidi activist Nadia Murad.
Amy Scott talks accidentally getting stoned in Italy, Roger Ebert, La Dolce Vita, Trump, editing, and her debut feature, Hal.
The director of Crash Pad goes back to his early days as an editor to reveal how "recycling" footage brought out his true creativity.