The co-directors of this exquisite short talk about a pair of teens who recognize their responsibility to "hold the culture" in a city where...
Stephen Saito is an L.A.-based writer whose work has been published in The L.A. Times, Premiere, and IFC.com.
Hot Docs 2020 Review: A Movement Comes Together in Aideen Kane, Lucy Kennedy, Maeve O’Boyle’s Electrifying “The 8th”
Ireland's revolutionary vote to offer women the right to choose is captured in invigorating fashion.
Hot Docs 2020 Review: The Aftermath of Sexual Abuse is Seen Through a Unique Lens in Tone Grøttjord-Glenne’s “All That I Am”
The lingering effects of a horrific crime are vividly portrayed in this profile of a young Norwegian woman looking to move on with her life.
Hot Docs 2020 Review: A Daughter Uncovers What Her Mother Left Behind in Judith Helfand’s “Love and Stuff”
A filmmaker finds a way to carry her mother with her after she's gone in this tender cinematic memoir.
In a community where making coffins provides a steady living, a million deaths big and small are felt everyday.
The director talks about bringing to the screen the wondrous work of Oona Doherty, a choreographer who keeps it real.
The actress-turned-director talks about bringing closure to a most unlikely trilogy and starting an exciting new phase of her career.
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.