The director of "The Departure" talks about staying true to her voice as Taylor Swift learned the true power of hers in the most exceptional film of 2020.
After theaters were shut down to protect against the COVID-19 pandemic, the organization behind the outdoor screening series kept the lights on.
Used to rolling with the punches, the producer talks about delivering two knockouts herself during the pandemic in "Swallow" and "I Carry You With Me."
How the director of some of the decade's finest cinema used her rise to lift up other filmmakers.
How an innovative production company has found the answer to what a 21st studio should look like by asking the right questions for a filmmaker needs.
The DP behind "I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House" talks about creating a cohesive and dynamic visual scheme for the bold new thriller from Karyn Kusama about a cop barely holding it together.
The CEO of the venerable New York-based distributor talks about continuing to cultivate cinephilia against all odds and positioning themselves well for the future by preserving the past.
The "Sita Sings the Blues" director talks about her spirited consideration of Passover and all that it stands for that can't be denied.
The expert sound designer talks about how he uses the ears to get inside the heads of complicated characters in "Bisbee '17," "On Her Shoulders" and "Shirkers."
The producer talks about drawing upon her varied experiences to become a steadying presence on set, even during a year that threw many curves.
The co-founder of the Miami artists' collective on making the introduction that led to one of 2016's best films & their year-around work to help filmmakers.
The producer on building a production company exuding strength, starting with their very name, and backing "Fences," "Birth of a Nation" & other daring films in 2016.