The writing/directing duo behind the frightening festival fave reveal how some real-life creepiness made its way into their horror film and how they went about making the found-footage subgenre fun again.
The co-directors of this exquisite short talk about a pair of teens who recognize their responsibility to "hold the culture" in a city where the ground is constantly shifting beneath their feet.
The co-director talks about finding an unforgettable pair of sisters whose past pain led them to find true happiness together.
Preparing for the apocalypse isn't a bad way to deal with a relationship crisis as the first-time filmmakers' breathtaking debut would have you believe. A talk about the six-year journey the film took to make it to the big screen with its director and star.
The director of photography talks about expressing the diversity of experience for young African-American women in two exceptional films, one receiving a rare return engagement at BAMCinematek this week.
The first-time co-directors talk about grappling with the wild story of Seattle Semi-Pro Wrestling and capturing the crazy, all-out brawl that happened outside the ring.
The director talks about pulling off a cross-continental production for this poignant Spirit Award-nominated comedy about a woman in search of herself.
The director and stars of this wild thriller talk about giving themselves over to its island setting and literally swimming with sharks.
The cinematographer talks about battling nature and the weight of history to present a fresh perspective on the history of the Deep South in Dee Rees' devastating epic.
The creator of "Reservation Dogs" talks about following Native artists for this celebration of those pushing the limits of what's possible.
The "Bend It Like Beckham" director talks about looking into her own family's past to find her way into telling the devastating story of the Partition of India.
On making this moving documentary about a trio of Cuban ballplayers who look to beat the odds to make it to the majors.