The writer/director talks about finding an entire universe to explore between the inner life of a teen and the face she puts on for the worl...
Stephen Saito is an L.A.-based writer whose work has been published in The L.A. Times, Premiere, and IFC.com.
The composer talks about sorting through the cacophony of emotions for a teenage girl to find the rhapsody inside.
The "Icebox" and "Workforce" cinematographer talks about visually expressing the vitality to be found in typically unexamined lives.
The director talks about a tale of scientific breakthrough that became a creative breakthrough for her.
The filmmaker talks about his provocative and propulsive nonfiction thriller set in the dangerous world of poaching in Northern Kenya.
The writer/director talks about working with actors after transitioning behind the camera and turning a father-daughter relationship drama o...
Interview: Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers, Violet Nelson and Kathleen Hepburn on a Walk That Won’t Be Forgotten in “The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open”
The co-directors and star talk about the chance encounter that led to this unshakeable drama.
On how an obsessive TV viewer went from capturing the first draft of history to having a say in what ultimately will be written in recording...
AFI Fest ’19 Interview: Bartosz Bielenia and Jan Komasa on Finding the Faith Within Themselves to Make “Corpus Christi”
The star and director of this arresting drama talk about a man of the cloth - cut from a different cloth.