Zeshawn Ali on how the passing of his father while making his debut film, Two Gods, shaped the film into a meditation on death and renewal.
Writer-director Jessie Barr on the personal story of death, grief and family that underpins her debut feature, Sophie Jones.
Director Kim Farrant on taking her new film Angel of Mine, starring Noomi Rapace, to a place of intense emotional honesty.
Jim Hemphill on the new Netflix show about grief, a show which mines complex and conflicting emotions for both laughs and profundity.
To Dust's Shawn Snyder on how the serendipitous discovery of the 1937 film The Dybbuk had a transformative effect on his new movie.
"There is a kind of wisdom one only gains through pain or loss."
Steven Sheil looks at why people watch and make horror films, and the profound emotions and questions that are inherently rooted in the genre.