On how a wrong number led to a taut thriller about identity theft and shooting during live protests in Chile.
Stephen Saito is an L.A.-based writer whose work has been published in The L.A. Times, Premiere, and IFC.com.
On this taut TIFF debut from Bulgaria about a schoolteacher thrown into chaos when her house is foreclosed on.
On the prison-set drama about a father and son that set this director free.
Interview: Thomas Allen Harris Offers
a New Vision of African-American Life
in “Through a Lens Darkly”
On seeing African-American history in a new light in a new documentary.
The writer/director and now actress talks about how she made filming in 114 degree heat look easy for this slow-simmering dramedy.
Alfred Molina and John Lithgow make a lovely old married couple in Ira Sachs' new drama.
A new documentary raising funds on Kickstarter intends to restore women's contributions to the Sandinista struggle for freedom in Nicaragua.
On creating a musical clash to mirror married discord in this wicked little two-hander.
On the birth of the cult classic and the many times it nearly fell apart.