The director of "Anthropoid" and "Metro Manila" talks about giving new bite to a classic horror genre.
The director talks about her stylish, sophisticated debut concerning estranged twin sisters who seize an opportunity to see what the other's...
Sundance 2021 Interview: Frida Kempff and Cecilia Milocco on Looking Inside Oneself to See a Way Out in “Knocking”
The director and star of this psychological thriller talk about getting into your head.
The writer/director talks about bringing out the truly phenomenal in the friendship between a sleight-of-hand artist and her reluctant appre...
Sundance 2021 Interview: Julia Baylis and Sam Guest on Looking for Life in the Spaces In Between in “Wiggle Room”
The writing/directing duo talks about turning the filing of an insurance claim into the wild and harrowing adventure it is for most in real ...
The director talks about taking inspiration from a personal loss and turning it into an unexpected gift for others.
Sundance 2021 Interview: Mike Attie and Meghan O’Hara on Learning How the World Works in a Single Day in “The Field Trip”
The co-directors talk about how observing a fifth grade class learn about the business of a city has revelations of how a society functions ...
A touching look back at a formative event that had been forgotten reveals how easy it is to compartmentalize the things we regret.
Sundance 2021 Interview: Alex Wolf Lewis and Kaitlyn Schwalje on Bringing a Ray of Sunshine to “Snowy”
The co-directors of this a fun, fascinating short talk about what goes on underneath the shell of the turtle.
Sundance 2021 Interview: Gregory Barnes on Getting the Right Feel for “The Touch of the Master’s Hand”
A Mormon missionary goes to truly unknown territory in this wry, beguiling short.