Rachel Boynton on the genesis of her new film Civil War (or, Who Do We Think We Are), and why she re-envisioned the way she made documentaries.
Siobhan Fallon Hogan on her ongoing collaboration with the Danish auteur, including his company Zentropa producing her latest movie, Rushed.
Actress-screenwriter Deragh Campbell ponders ideas of home and Canadian-ness in her new film with director Kazik Radwanski, Anne at 13,000ft.
Dating & New York’s Jonah Feingold on how dyslexia and Spielberg’s misunderstood masterpiece made him the filmmaker he is today.
The Killing of Kenneth Chamberlain filmmaker David Midell on how being diagnosed recently changed the way he looks at his life and his work.
Nick Fituri Scown looks back on his time in NYC in fall 2001 which ultimately inspired his new documentary, Too Soon: Comedy After 9/11.
The star of (and inspiration for) Andrew Morgan's new narrative feature Samantha Rose on their experience making a movie for the first time.
Slaxx writer-director Elza Kephart charts her journey from a 1980s kid to a genre filmmaker driven by climate and environmental issues.
Cheryl Dunn on the "secret studio" where she shot initial footage for her new doc on iconic NYC artist Dash Snow, Moments Like This Never Last.
Brian Andrew Mendoza on the long road to making his feature directorial debut with the Jason Momoa thriller, now streaming on Netflix.