Producer Marie Therese Guirgis on her recent struggles to both be a serious cinephile and stay true to her feminist principles.
Ana Asensio, writer-director-star of SXSW winner Most Beautiful Island, on the roots of her love of film and its magical ability to connect.
In his journey through the alternative canon, LaBruce puts his focus on Michael Tolkin's 1991 fusion of female sexual melodrama and Biblical epic.
Jim Hemphill attempts the improbable task of listing the best – or at least most pleasurable – that the small screen had to offer in the past year.
It's very unfashionable to like Woody Allen's recent movies, but screenwriter Matthew Wilder finds their exquisite mastery irresistible.
With the controversial New York director's critical reputation at an all-time low, Chadd Harbold speaks strongly in defense of his later work.
Character actor Dennis Boutsikaris on how he came to play the controversial actor-director in Love and Betrayal: The Mia Farrow Story.
Terence Nance on the latest film by the Coen brothers, among other things...
Though less internationally well-known than his peers, Garrel is one of the great French auteurs and his new film finds him at the peak of his powers.
The young female Brooklyn director sees the new Woody Allen movie in Los Angeles. And there are snacks!