Actress-screenwriter Jill Awbrey shares her personal journey with the #MeToo movement and how it led to her writing her new movie, Held.
Writer-director Deborah Kampmeier on the profound experience of telling her collaborator Annarosa Mudd's story in her new film, TAPE.
Producer Marie Therese Guirgis on her recent struggles to both be a serious cinephile and stay true to her feminist principles.
Ondi Timoner talks with Weinstein and Cosby survivors about the impact of #MeToo and #TimesUp and where these movements are heading.
Amber Rollo, a comedian, writer and actor who was one of the people who confronted Harvey Weinstein at a New York comedy show in October, speaks out.
Producer-turned-director Travis Stevens on how a real haunted house inspired his new horror movie about toxic masculinity.
Shamir takes a closer look at the controversial new stand up special and the advent of "apology culture."
In the 1980s, Patrick's Mandie Fletcher became the sole female comedy director at the BBC. Here she shares some of her journey.
In the wake of #MeToo and #TimesUp, the director of the new thriller Miss Bala takes stock of where the film industry is at.
Documentarian Jennifer Fox on the unconventional way she approached her first fiction film, the Gotham- and Spirit Award-nominated The Tale.