Pamela B. Green on rewriting early film history and her transformative experience making Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché.
Penny Lane, the director of Hail Satan?, on the 60/40 rule and her delightfully bumbling path to mainstream success.
Eva Husson, writer-director of the new film Girls of the Sun, shares her memories of the recent passing of her father, Jacques.
Director Emma Tammi delves into the theme of isolation at the heart of her new film, The Wind, and her documentary about the 2016 Election.
Her Smell’s writer-director breaks down the stark reality that film distribution today is an inequitable system that excludes almost everyone.
Columbine survivor and doc director Laura Farber on what she learned making We Are Columbine, and telling a story that needed to be told.
Adam Gussow, one the title characters of Satan & Adam, looks back on the remarkable period of his life the documentary captures.
Screenwriter Fusco on the blues-tinged journey that took him from his debut film to his latest, The Highwaymen — and to making his first album.
Michelle Memran on the lengthy and arduous journey she took to complete The Rest I Make Up, her film about playwright María Irene Fornés.
Documentarian Alison Klayman on how family history informed the decision to direct her latest film, The Brink.