Fighting with My Family's writer-director Stephen Merchant traces the roots of his comedy career back to a childhood full of laughter.
Morgan Enos turned to music to work through the unexpected death of his father—Funny Papers, premiering here, is the result.
Narcissister, the performance artist making her film debut with the forthcoming Narcissister Organ Player, shares memories of her mother.
After the South Korea press tour for a major animated movie, Jennifer Yuh Nelson was joined in the country of her birth by her mother.
Siblings Elan and Jonathan Bogarín explain (and show!) how they made sense of their grandmother's passing in the film 306 Hollywood.
The writer-director-star of Armed writes about his unconventional upbringing and becoming the filmmaker — and man — he is today.
"In those instants, sloppily crooning alone to 'Forget Me Never,' I knew music had me in a chokehold."
Lea Thompson traces the roots of her artistic identity from the relationships with her mother and dance teacher through to her directorial debut.
Actress turned writer Mara Wilson explains the special resonance that Julie Gavras' cinematic portrait of childhood has for her.
Serena Dykman shares her experiences making her directorial debut, Nana, which is released this week.