For Isabel Sandoval — an Independent Spirit Award nominee for Lingua Franca — cinema, like all art, is an emotional experience.
Dramarama writer-director Jonathan Wysocki on the perils and pitfalls of making work that draws from one’s own life.
An appreciation of pioneering gay filmmaker Arthur J. Bressan, Jr. by Emmy Award-winning director Greta Schiller.
As Pride Month ends, writer-director Morgan Jon Fox shares his feelings on representation and intersectionality in LGBTQ film.
First-time filmmaker Bo McGuire on how he used “skillful will” to make his Tribeca-winning docudrama Socks on Fire.
The hard road James Sweeney traveled to make his debut feature Straight Up is not necessarily one that everyone will survive.
Filmmaker Sarah Salovaara on Céline Sciamma's revolutionary lesbian period piece, which presents a very contemporary take on the 18th century.
Manila Death Squad director Dean Colin Marcial looks at Isabel Sandoval’s new film, Lingua Franca, through a distinctly personal lens.
Jeremy Hersh, who's currently crowdfunding his debut feature The Surrogate on Kickstarter, makes the case for Cristian Mungiu's 2012 drama.
David Charles Rodrigues on how his personal history inspired him to make Gay Chorus Deep South a film for mainstream America.