The director discusses this beautiful drama about surviving in the face of a death sentence that's Sudan's first production in two decades.
Stephen Saito is an L.A.-based writer whose work has been published in The L.A. Times, Premiere, and IFC.com.
Interview: Silja Hauksdóttir, Katla M. Porgeirsdóttir, and Donna Cruz on Taking the Roads Less Traveled to Contentment in “Agnes Joy”
The director and stars of Iceland's Oscar contender about a most complicated family affair.
Interview: Dzintars Dreibergs, Oto Brantevics, Valdis Celmins and Lolita Ritmanis on Going to War in “Blizzard of Souls”
The crew behind Latvia's official section for the Oscars talk about revisiting a nation's painful past and the path to a brighter future.
The director of "The Eagle Huntress" talks about this arresting documentary short about the fallout and clean-up effort taking place in Japa...
The fraternal writing/directing duo talk about making a western that pushes into unchartered territory on screen that will be familiar for a...
The "Old Guard" cinematographer talks about bringing a vision for a historic meeting of the minds.
On this exquisite and wildly entertaining profile of seniors who can't entirely get away from the reality of their issues at a retirement co...
On interrogating the surveillance on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to see the FBI's role in stymying the civil rights movement with fresh eyes.
Interview: Ross Kauffman and Regina K. Scully on the Ongoing Inspiration of “What Would Sophia Loren Do?”
The director of "E-Team" and producer of "The Invisible War" talk about finding the common ground between two women who seem worlds apart.
The director of "Operation Odessa" talks about uncovering a new personal dimension in the case of the notorious serial killer.