Filmmaking ain't easy. We want to celebrate some of the folks who finally got that film out of their heads and onto the screen.
The writer-director of 'The Childhood of a Leader' and 'Vox Lux' on hindsight, shooting on film, and what modern filmmakers can learn from early film directors.
Seeing films in theaters isn't for everyone, but it should be something everyone has access to.
The filmmaker behind 'The Lobster,' 'Dogtooth,' and 'The Favorite,' discusses the advantages of shooting on film, picking camera angles, and the value of adding some humor.
We chat with the director about helping Charlene deGuzman’s struggle with addiction to the big screen.
'Mandy' takes a cue from experimental film for its unique look.
John Carpenter's movies are great, but his interviews might be even better.
The director behind 'Diary of a Teenage Girl' and 'Can You Forgive Me?' talks storytelling, tenacity, and fighting for representation both behind the camera and in front of it.
Suzanne Desrocher-Romero found dozens of unproduced screenplays by her late husband, here's what we think the treasure trove holds.
The 'Captain Marvel' screenwriter explains why she finally faced her fears and decided to direct her passion project.