The friends catch up about mental health and more.
Al Spx on relearning how to care for herself and her career after being misdiagnosed as schizophrenic.
Director Kristian Mercado on the complicated, interconnected relationship between film, comedy and depression in his life.
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.