Documentary filmmaker Patrick Forbes on the central role that fear has played in shaping his work over the years.
Meredith Graves waxes poetic on why the mall beats the Oscars’ red carpet.
Writer-director Jonathan Lisecki will be sharing his unfiltered thoughts on the monochromatic awards show from his "death couch."
Maternal wisdom on such sartorial style subjects as sweaters, cool backpacks and dresses designed to cover up aging arms.
Director Adam Bhala Lough on his namesake McKay's Wall Street comedy drama, a surprise 2015 Oscar contender.
Richard Shepard, writer-director of 'The Matador,' shares his appreciation for Tom McCarthy's Oscar frontrunner.
For the British director, watching Alejandro G. Iñárritu's wilderness epic brings back visceral memories of his own filmmaking experiences.
A film that was a critical and financial disappointment two decades ago now appears a startlingly prescient commentary on the U.S and Hollywood.
The Final Oscar Word from Mamarazza Chang or (An Academy Member’s Mother’s Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance).
An overview of the films in contention at the Academy Awards this weekend, courtesy of Talkhouse Film's brain trust.