The actress-turned-director talks about bringing closure to a most unlikely trilogy and starting an exciting new phase of her career.
Stephen Saito is an L.A.-based writer whose work has been published in The L.A. Times, Premiere, and IFC.com.
Interview: Benjamin Ree, Barbora Kysilkova and Karl-Bertil Nordland on Shifting Perspectives with “The Painter and the Thief”
The filmmaker and subjects talks about the act of forgiveness for a pair of stolen paintings that led to a film that will steal your heart.
The co-writers of this dazzling comic crime caper talk about centering it around one truly bad mama jama.
The director of "Terminal" on digging deep to find a family's darkest secrets in this thriller starring Lily Collins and Simon Pegg.
Tribeca 2020 Review: A Family Grapples With Their Peculiar Bloodline in “My Heart Can’t Beat Unless You Tell It To”
A pair of siblings' care for their younger brother puts their own health at risk in Jonathan Cuartas' intense feature debut.
Tribeca 2020 Review: Studying an Iceberg Yields Revelations About Gender Parity in “Picture a Scientist”
Sharon Shattuck and Ian Cheney's provocative doc details the inequities that have plagued the scientific community from making real advances...
Tribeca 2020 Review: A Boy’s Search for Identity Calls His Community’s Into Question in Takeshi Fukunaga’s “Ainu Mosir”
Although the lakeside village of Akan Ainu Kotan in northern Japan lures tourists from cities across the country, the 14-year-old Kanto (Kan...
The writer/director on how a personally devastating moment led to an unexpected way forward both onscreen and off.
The writer/director talks about this sweet story of a woman trying to get her brother to reengage with the world and making a film that conn...
The writer/director talks about getting into the nuts and bolts of forging a connection in an increasingly isolated world with this enchanti...