Jinn director Nijla Mu'min contemplates what “too small” means when it comes to Black filmmaking, and how this moment can shift that thinking.
Deborah Goodwin looks back on her personal experiences as a Black filmmaker and calls for a systemic transformation of the film industry.
Jenna Mattison Mirza changed her name and transformed her appearance to find success in film. But now she's doing things on her own terms.
23-year-old filmmaker-actor Cooper Raiff on the real folks behind his debut feature, which won the SXSW Grand Jury Award last week.
For Victoria Negri, gearing up for her second feature has been an exercise in accepting uncertainty. And being on pandemic lockdown doesn't help any.
Twice Oscar-nominated screenwriter William Nicholson ponders the endings, Watchmen and his latest film as director, Hope Gap.
Writer-director Andrew Heckler treats filmmaking like an investigative journalist, starting with his new movie Burden.
Writer-directors Adam Stein and Zach Lipovsky on the real, unglamorous story behind their award-winning breakthrough movie Freaks.
When Tom Quinn set out to make Colewell, he didn't realize he was telling a story about someone so close to home: his next-door neighbor.
Writer-director Alistair Banks Griffin on how retreating from the world led him to make his new film about a shut-in, The Wolf Hour.