The filmmakers on their film about the small American town of Crossett's big problem with Georgia Pacific's air and water pollution.
Frameline ’16 Interview: Jonah Markowitz on Charting the Groundwork for Gay Marriage in “Political Animals”
On the riveting story of the four openly gay California State Assemblywomen who laid the foundation.
The writer, director and star of the British ensemble drama talk about an area of London where the rich and poor live side by side.
The Ghana-born director talks about a return home to tell a story of proud women amidst a most dire situation.
The writer/director dishes on finding a perfect pair for a comedy about complete opposites.
Interview: Amber Sealey & Gemma Brockis on the Thrill of the Search in “No Light and No Land Anywhere”
The director and star of this provocative character study about a woman looking for her absentee father on finding extraordinary in the ordi...
The first-time director on going behind bars for a compelling new doc about juvenile delinquents finding a way out through screenwriting.
The actress/director rises to the occasion of adapting Janet Fitch's study of two tough women.
“I like a really calm set,” says Maggie Kiley, something that may have been difficult to come by during her latest production “Caring,...