The Lunchbox writer-director Ritesh Batra writes you a letter about why he went back to his artistic roots for his new film, Photograph.
The writer-star of All Creatures Here Below on trying to navigate the utility of personal history and trauma in filmmaking.
Screenwriter Fusco on the blues-tinged journey that took him from his debut film to his latest, The Highwaymen — and to making his first album.
Angela Shelton shares the amazing story of how her film Heart, Baby! changed the lives of its protagonists – in the most unlikely way possible.
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.
Colette's screenwriter traces the roots of her affection for the iconic French writer to a past defined by poetry and unreturned library books.
Drew Pearce pulls back the curtain on the exhaustive approach he took to world-building for his star-studded directorial debut, Hotel Artemis.
Writer-director-star Quinn Shephard looks back – with help from her mother, Laurie – on the roots of her debut feature, which she wrote at age 15.
Actor-writer-director Jade Jenise Dixon on escaping an abusive relationship, and how writing a screenplay about her experiences transformed her life.
The creator of Girls chats with Strong, a fellow multihyphenate and one of her best friends, about his first film as writer-director.