The writer-directors of the new movie Villains are kind of heroes when it comes to their ideas about how to run a film set.
The guitarist talks insecurity and the importance of playing music with other women.
Jim Hemphill, eternal champion of the film maudit, sings the praises of this intense portrait of L.A. fan culture from the Limp Bizkit frontman.
Morgan Enos (Other Houses) talks the animated music video he made for a Daniel Johnston song as a teenager.
Shamir pays tribute to the godfather of bedroom pop.
The Fire Talk labelmates discuss their first experiences with DIY (and why more shows should have bounce castles).
Can You Keep a Secret? director Elise Durán on the special canine companions that have shaped her as a person and as an artist.
Izzy True talks My Heart is an Open Field, the "promising first offering" from Jess Shoman.
Writer-directors Adam Stein and Zach Lipovsky on the real, unglamorous story behind their award-winning breakthrough movie Freaks.
As his latest opus, Depraved hits theaters, indie horror maestro Larry Fessenden takes a moment to remind himself exactly why he makes movies.