Writer-director Brian Duffield on making Spontaneous for three years in three countries for multiple owners before a pandemic.
Brea Grant, whose new film 12 Hour Shift is out this week, talks with Kit Williamson about their transition from actors to writer-directors.
Jay Paul Deratany, a working attorney who wrote and produced the new film Foster Boy, on his duty to share the stories of foster youth.
Dramarama writer-director Jonathan Wysocki on the perils and pitfalls of making work that draws from one’s own life.
Writer-director-actor Frank Mosley on the 10-year odyssey of making his ever-evolving film project Her Wilderness, which is now online.
Actress and screenwriter Jenna Lyng Adams on how she had to go through flames to make her pandemic thriller Before the Fire.
The British actress, who’s currently starring in Fisherman’s Friends, on her quarantine experience and creative focus for the future.
The director of the new Marie Curie biopic Radioactive, now on Amazon Prime, is wasting no time returning to a life of painting and writing.
Actress turned writer-director Romola Garai on motherhood and making her feature debut with the forthcoming horror film Amulet.
Jinn director Nijla Mu'min contemplates what “too small” means when it comes to Black filmmaking, and how this moment can shift that thinking.