The directors behind "Western" talk about opening up their process to accurately reflect what it's like to currently live in "the land of th...
Stephen Saito is an L.A.-based writer whose work has been published in The L.A. Times, Premiere, and IFC.com.
On how the psychological became visceral in this unforgettable thriller starring Emily Mortimer, Bella Heathcote and Robyn Nevin.
On keeping a fresh perspective in this Cristin Milioti-Andy Samberg comedy where time stands still.
The director of "Love & Basketball" on kicking down doors on screen and off with her electrifying leap into blockbuster filmmaking.
Interview: Cristina Costantini, Alex Fumero and Kareem Tabsch on How the Stars Aligned for “Mucho Mucho Amor: The Legend of Walter Mercado”
On capturing a supernova with this joyful portrait of the astrologer known for his big heart and bravado.
Sheffield Doc/Fest 2020 Interview: Lisa Rovner on the Women Who Expanded the Possibilities of Music in “Sisters with Transistors”
The director talks about uncovering a hidden history of female musicians who pushed the limits of electronica.
Sheffield Doc/Fest 2020 Review: A Sunset Can Be Seen as a New Horizon in Hannah Jayanti’s “Truth or Consequences”
A world that is looking a lot different for its inhabitants comes into focus in this inventive nonfiction excursion to New Mexico.
Sheffield Doc/Fest 2020 Review: One Systemic Failure Leads to Another in Anthony Baxter’s Gutting Exposé “Flint”
The corrosive consequences of the water contamination crisis that will last for generations are brought to light in the new film from the di...
On taking inspiration for this vibrant profile of the civil rights icon from a subject who continually meets the moment.
On playing the long game with this incredibly entertaining nonfiction tale about a pair of con artists with big screen aspirations.