Kimberley Elizabeth, one of the directors of the new horror anthology movie Sinphony, on her origin story as a genre filmmaker.
The Righteous’ actor-writer-director Mark O’Brien on The Game, Rosemary’s Baby and uncertainty in life and in movies.
Whether playing guitar in the bands Bad Ash and Ashers or now making his debut feature Alone with You, Justin Brooks has kept the same ethos.
As a RADA-trained actress, Alone with You's Emily Bennett didn't fit in, but she's now found her place behind the camera.
Slaxx writer-director Elza Kephart charts her journey from a 1980s kid to a genre filmmaker driven by climate and environmental issues.
For writer-director Jonathan Cuartas, family is at the very heart of his new film, My Heart Can't Beat Unless You Tell It To.
Actress-screenwriter Jill Awbrey shares her personal journey with the #MeToo movement and how it led to her writing her new movie, Held.
When writer-director Terrie Samundra made her feature debut, she ignored the age-old adage about not working with children and animals ...
Writer-director Graham Swon shines a light on Leslie Megahey's vastly underseen "indirect horror" movie, a lost BBC gem from 1979.
Julia Marchese on how being an outsider and her love of Stephen King led to her latest project, a film version of King's story “I Know What You Need.”