The first-time Aussie filmmaker on how an alternative upbringing led to this psychological thriller and the one word he wouldn't allow on se...
On working with an "impossible" Walter Matthau and being a female filmmaker in 1971.
On handcrafting a tense potboiler without resorting to handheld camerawork.
Bringing an all-too-rare female voice to horror, the director investigates the mystery of Superstition Mountain.
A personal reflection on the tolls of drug addiction turns into a wrenching drama.
AFF ’13 Interview: Dave Torstenson, Charlie Pecoraro and Ryan Steven Green on the Trip of a Lifetime in “Circle the Wagen”
On how a quest to make the ultimate Volkswagen movie turned into something more poignant.
A first-time writer/director crafts a deceptively cunning character study.
The first-time writer/director and the star of "Dexter" talk about how love can be hard, but shooting a low-budget indie feature in Grand Ce...
Austin Film Fest ’12 Review: “The Muslims Are Coming” Reroutes a Cultural Conversation to a Laugh Track
Muslim-American comics Negin Farsad and Dean Obeidallah document a tour across the reddest states in America to change the perception of the...
Anchored by two strong performances, a romance conjured from limited means demonstrates the real magic of movies.