Writer-director-actor Carlson Young on the unique creative and personal journey she took in making her debut feature, The Blazing World.
Writer-director-actor Talia Lugacy on how she rooted her new movie in authenticity through her innovative filmmaking approach.
Spell director Mark Tonderai looks back on his dramatic childhood in Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) and how it shaped him as an artist.
Writer-director Angelica Zollo on the subject of her debut feature, Trauma is a Time Machine.
Columbine survivor and doc director Laura Farber on what she learned making We Are Columbine, and telling a story that needed to be told.
“Creativity gives us the potential for true transformation.”
The director of Super Dark Times reveals how making the film helped him come to terms with two traumatic incidents from his youth.
The horror directing great is shaken by a troubling (but horribly familiar) premise and two phenomenal central performances.
How does Depression Cherry work out for someone who's depressed? Our writer finds out — the hard way.
On the power of performance and finally feeling comfortable in your own skin.