On the rough road she faced as a rare female filmmaker in Pakistan.
On how a wrong number led to a taut thriller about identity theft and shooting during live protests in Chile.
On this taut TIFF debut from Bulgaria about a schoolteacher thrown into chaos when her house is foreclosed on.
Interview: Joe Begos, Josh Ethier and Graham Skipper’s Superhuman Effort Pays Off With “Almost Human”
On the scrappy sci-fi slasher flick that took Toronto by storm.
The "Mad Men" creator's wildly ambitious first film takes the unwieldy form of life itself.
Jody Shapiro's portrait of Burt's Bees founder Burt Shavitz is as unique and idiosyncratic as its subject.
The writer/director and star talk about creating an indelible survival story.
The writer/director proves she's here to stay with a hilarious and heartfelt second film.
The real-life inspiration for "Dog Day Afternoon" proves truth is stranger than fiction.
The "Sound of Mumbai" director is back with an astonishing look at a U.S. adoption of a Russian child.