The "Control Room" filmmaker on letting history unfold before her camera.
On being "cautious" with her directorial debut.
The married filmmakers contemplate time with a film about the premature-aging disease
On returning to a country she one fled to make a beautiful new documentary.
On how Billie Joe Armstrong changed Broadway and how Broadway changed him.
A young woman of Jewish/Latino descent carves out an identity of her own.
A daily paddle tennis match between 87-year-olds serves up far more for a first-time feature director.
A master of imagery sees a little of herself in the story an interior designer who reenergizes her own life as a prostitute.
On the four remaining doctors in America who risk their lives to perform late-term abortions.