Or, the adventures of a new mother attending a faraway film festival with her first feature — but not her baby.
Stacy Cochran on 9/11, motherhood, her Rip Van Winkle experience, and making her new film, Write When You Get Work, after nearly 20 years away.
Susanna Nicchiarelli is about to release her new film Nico, 1988, and about to have her second child. She has a lot of thoughts about all this.
Natalia Almada on systemic sexism, misogyny and marginalization, and making Everything Else, her film about an unseen female protagonist.
Everybody has a story about how they made the leap to direct their first movie. Here, the director of Little Pink House shares hers.
Lovesong director So Yong Kim looks back on how she and her filmmaker husband Brad have tried to integrate their work and family lives.
The singer-songwriter grapples with her two most important roles.
Nathan Silver, who has cast his mother Cindy in nearly all his films, tries to make sense of their complex and often fraught working relationship.
Hope Dickson Leach on her struggles to combine parenthood and a filmmaking career, and how her debut feature, The Levelling, has changed her.
Here’s what I posted on Facebook a few days ago: Sweet P just lost her first tooth. And I missed it!