The creators of the new three-part documentary miniseries take a close look at the personal and creative influences that shaped the show.
Artemis Shaw and Prashanth Kamalakanthan, whose feature New Strains plays First Look this weekend, share the childhood films that hit home.
Writer-director Chadd Harbold on remaking the 1960 film Private Property, out this week, and the other movies he drew on for inspiration.
For Isabel Sandoval — an Independent Spirit Award nominee for Lingua Franca — cinema, like all art, is an emotional experience.
Otto Bell on paying homage to cinematic greats in his new documentary short, The Toxic Pigs of Fukushima, premiering this weekend on Vice TV.
Luigi Campi, the writer-director of My First Kiss and the People Involved, on some of the "appropriated" images in his new film.
Writer-director Ira Sachs on the underappreciated Indian classic which sparked the idea for his forthcoming film, Frankie.
The director of Satanic Panic on the directing Johns – Carpenter, Hughes, Cameron Mitchell and Waters – who have influenced her work.
Director Robert Greene, his cinematographer and producers break down the images in their new film, and how they used genre to interrogate mythologies.
Michael Pearce, whose excellent debut feature Beast opens in theaters today, on how stealing can shape your filmmaking voice.