The Oscar-nominated director of "Avenue Montaigne" wrings tears of joy and sadness out of her latest film about a family divided between different traditions and talks about how the personal experience that was her inspiration and her writing collaboration with her son.
The choreographer talks about her most thrilling move to date - the director's chair - with her feature debut, a modern retelling of the Virgin Mary's pilgrimage.
The writer/director on her ambitious sci-fi drama, how when things change, the more they stay the same & building meaning into the architecture of the film.
The director of "Little Accidents" talks about her ferocious followup, depicting the struggle of a woman who deserves to be seen.
The writer/director on his second collaboration with "anti-comedian" Gregg Turkington, premiering this week in LA at the Sundance NEXT Fest.
The legendary French filmmaker takes a look back at her debut, a tale of two sisters based on her own family.
The director talks about taking action - quite literally - to reverse decades of coming-of-age narrative in which young women don't recognize their own power.
The director talks about reframing the tragic disappearance of Yingying Zhang as an opportunity to know an incredible young woman.
The co-directors and producer talk about how they made the undead come alive in this clever thriller set in the Australian outback.
On traveling to Spain for the foodie comedy and the recipe to good films.
On this look at two officers in the San Antonio Police Department whose weapon of choice is empathy in handling cases involving the mentally ill.
The director of "That Evening Sun" talks about remaking himself as a storyteller for his second feature about a man of sin who reinvents himself as a man of the cloth to evade the law.