Your vote could be incredibly vital in changing this incredibly monstrous era in politics.
The Seattle-based writer-director fights her post-election malaise by watching everything from A Face in the Crowd to Falling Down.
Iva Radivojevic shares her experiences over two contrasting days in Washington, D.C., and looks ahead to what is next for the resistance.
Elaine McMillion Sheldon and Martha Shane share their experiences filming subjects on Election Day for the documentary 11/8/16.
The actress, director and activist calls out '80s TV star Baio on his misogyny, and calls time on him and his Type™.
Stephen Winter offers up some unfiltered truth about the horribleness that was 2016, and makes suggestions on how 2017 can be a little less egregious.
Donal Mosher looks back at the documentary portrait he made of his family, and is faced with the question of whether it represents Trump voters.
Filmmaker Jade Porter on why the result of the presidential election prompted her to fulfill a long-held dream to live south of the border.
Azar Swan’s music has always reflected the dynamic between them. It will continue to.
Horror helmer Adam Egypt Mortimer on how directing helped him as a phone bank volunteer, and volunteering helped quiet his director's anxiety.