The director of "A Ciambra" talks about getting into the mind of a young woman (Swamy Rotolo) who learns the world is not what she thought.
The co-stars of this deliciously dark comedy talk about summoning their punk spirit to play soulmates in a square world.
The director talks about finally being able to give Fanny, a trailblazing all-female rock act, their due with a doc that sees their reunion.
After finding a new angle on Watergate for this crafty comedy, the director discusses applying that sense of invention to a pandemic shoot.
The director talks about filming atop the Himalayas for this drama about a family feeling as though they live at the bottom of society.
The director talks about the legacy of a 47-hour hostage crisis in New York that paved the way to modern police negotiations.
The director discusses letting his imagination run wild when a real link between pollution and cancer led to this post-apocalyptic thriller.
The co-directors discuss showing grassroots activism is all its complications in this riveting doc & opening the Human Rights Watch Fest.
The director talks about the horror to be found in a child's formative years of discovering the difference between right and wrong.
The director talks about how 20 years of perseverance paid off to make this twisty western with Ron Perlman, Ralph Ineson and Ali Larter.
The actress/writer/director reflects on growing up in New York's Chinatown and turning the anxiety of being a teen into an energetic comedy.