On the breakout year of a director of photography whose imagery leaps off the screen.
The director talks about chronicling Los Angeles' other popular b-ball team of the '80s. (Hint: It's not the Clippers.)
The director of the Sundance-winning short on the pain, pleasure and perfection behind a cop dancing at his mother's funeral.
The "Pit Stop" director on his compelling new short set during the AIDS crisis and the the career crossroads that inspired it.
How a story of a young man looking to break free from his rut led its star and director to do so in real life in this British drama.
SXSW ’15 Interview: Jay Dockendorf, Curtiss Cook Jr. and Kerwin Johnson Jr. on Crossing Paths with “Naz & Maalik”
The director and two stars of this drama about one wild day in Brooklyn for two Muslim teens talk about a production that was just as crazy.
The two unique comic minds on their collaboration on one of the strangest sequels in recent memory and filming scripted scenes inside Comic-...
The famed sculptor on fashioning an out of this world experience with just his own two hands.
The writer/director on finding inspiration for this female-led urban drama and a place of her own in one of South London's toughest neighbor...
The accomplished character actress talks about seizing the spotlight in a new film about her life.