Writer-director Noora Niasari on family, food and the journey of her Sundance-winning debut feature, Shayda, which is in theaters this week.
In the wake of Alexei Navalny's death, Patrick Forbes spotlights the subject of his new documentary, a bold voice speaking out for justice.
From the Talkhouse Reader, documentary filmmaker Greta Schiller charts her lengthy personal history with NYC.
The directors of Mean Girls, who are partners in both art and life, share how they have learned to bring out the best in each other.
Phoebe Nir on the impact of Disney summer movies on her debut feature film, Eco Village, which world premieres at Rotterdam this week.
Julia Marchese gives the lowdown on diving deep into the all-time great actress' most prolific and remarkable year.
Filmmaker Enid Tihanyi Zentelis, host of the podcast How My Grandmother Won WWII, offers her take on Jonathan Glazer's acclaimed new movie.
Cassius Michael Kim, whose new documentary Man on the Run is streaming now, on how witnessing poverty worldwide has shaped his work.
Julia Marchese on how Joe Dante's Gremlins changed her life forever, when she saw it at age five.
Writer-director Anna Zlokovic, whose horror movie Appendage is now on Hulu, discusses finding balance and self-care in her work.