On the fear of being an actress after risking her life doing stuntwork.
Stephen Saito is an L.A.-based writer whose work has been published in The L.A. Times, Premiere, and IFC.com.
On the challenge of firing a pistol with live rounds and shooting a film out of sequence in this stirring character study.
The Oscar-shortlisted story of brothers who steel themselves against the horrors of war allows for a fascinating rumination on its effects o...
On scrapping together his riveting first film and how Katy Perry helped restore it.
On working with an "impossible" Walter Matthau and being a female filmmaker in 1971.
The Oscar-winning Iranian director talks about moving to France for his latest drama.
On how the Windy City became a maze for James Caan to burrow through.
The director of "The Arbor" talks about making a film for her children.
On how a conversation with a guy sitting next to him on a place led to the Oscar-bound comic thriller.
On finding the root of terrorism in Morocco's official Oscar entry.