Filmmaker Rachel Wolther tries to answer some vital questions, including why she directed the new play Eelpout, which runs this week in NYC.
The acclaimed French auteur, whose new movie, Winter Boy, comes out next month, opens up about his favorite things.
Erica Schmidt charts her 17-year journey adapting Cyrano for the stage and then screen with Peter Dinklage, the National and Joe Wright.
Actress, writer, director and producer Nadhege Ptah on her long and complex journey to find full expression as an artist.
Writer-director-actor Frank Mosley on the 10-year odyssey of making his ever-evolving film project Her Wilderness, which is now online.
Writer-director Fernando Grostein Andrade on the lessons he learned behind bars, and how they apply to his new film Abe and our present moment.
Patrick Wang on the late, great stage actor Brian Murray, who he worked with on multiple films, including his latest, A Bread Factory.
Claudia Weill looks back on the path her career took, starting with her seminal 1978 feature debut.
The creator of Girls chats with Strong, a fellow multihyphenate and one of her best friends, about his first film as writer-director.