10 years after Talihina Sky: The Story of Kings of Leon premiered at Tribeca, director Stephen C. Mitchell looks at the movies which shaped it.
Come True's director and co-writer Anthony Scott Burns on how Michael Mann’s Manhunter saved him and changed the course of his life.
Shiva Baby's writer-director Emma Seligman on her lead actress, who also took on the role of friend, champion and support system.
When Tim Sutton set his new movie Funny Face in NYC, he knew it had to be a celebration of the city's diverse culinary pleasures.
First-time documentarian Karla Murthy, whose film The Place That Makes Us airs tomorrow on WORLD Channel, ponders what home means to her.
Daniela De Carlo, writer-director of The Blackout, on how her childhood idol, Brazilian pop star Xuxa, magically came into her life, for good.
Filmmaker Enid Zentelis on making her non-fiction podcast series How My Grandmother Won WWII, and how we tell historical stories.
Julia Marchese looks ahead to the time when watching a film will once again be a communal and transformative experience.
David Wexler, director of the SXSW documentary Disintegration Loops, on the way music has shaped all his cinematic visions.
Writer-director Jessie Barr on the personal story of death, grief and family that underpins her debut feature, Sophie Jones.