Oscar-nominated screenwriter Virgil Williams on how adapting the memoir A Journal for Jordan transformed in a way he never expected.
I Was a Simple Man writer-director Christopher Makoto Yogi looks back on the past year, a time of huge change and transition for him.
Kate Vargas on sobriety, escapism, and living in the present (when the present is less than pleasant).
Writer-director-actor Carson Mell tells the charming, circuitous tale of how his picaresque new comedy-drama came into existence.
Chad Staehly (Hard Working Americans, The High Hawks) talks the mental toll of dedicating your life to a career in music.
Jilian Medford (IAN SWEET) found a way to break through trauma and make Show Me How You Disappear.
They talk spirituality, mental health, and which folk star Shamir was in a past life.
Writer-director Katharine O'Brien, whose debut feature Lost Transmissions opens today, on the challenges of making a film based on real life.
Writer-director-star Aaron Fisher on how art imitates life in his debut feature, Inside the Rain.
The Canadian bands talk cancelling shows, mental healthcare, and paying rent with stolen garbage cans — plus, a new music video from Mav Karlo.