The director of "Happy as Lazaro" talks about turning a prompt for a Christmas-time short into a gift that keeps giving.
A Cut Above: How Mark Pellington Went a Little Further to Finally Be Satisfied with “Going All the Way”
At a special screening in LA, the director, along with Nick Offerman, spoke about finally completing his directorial debut the way he wanted.
The director of the 2001 cult comedy reflects on how inspiration and perspiration fueled the story of bank-robbing cheerleaders.
“All My Work is the Desire to Live Fully, To Grab it and to Swallow Life”: Mira Nair on a Career Showing the Unseen
In a conversation with Ava DuVernay, the director recalls her early days mixing narrative & nonfiction techniques and forging a career on her terms.
As part of the American Cinematheque's "Perpetratin' Realism" series, the filmmaker spoke about working within the system to make change.
Joachim Trier on “The Worst Person in the World” Epilogue, Freezing Oslo in Time and More with Paul Thomas Anderson
A conversation between Joachim Trier, Renate Reinsve and Paul Thomas Anderson covered the magic that happened in front of the camera in Oslo.
A Resolution Comes True: The Making of “Get Crazy,” the Ultimate New Year’s Movie and Its Wild Restoration
Around this time every few years, Allan Arkush gets a call about putting his 1983 film “Get Crazy” out on...
On the restoration of Joan Micklin Silver's classic of an immigrant adjusting to life in New York and how she got the film business to adapt to her.
A rare public appearance by the director in conversation with Paul Thomas Anderson became a celebration of two creative geniuses on stage.
A guide to keeping yourself entertained this fall while supporting local film culture.
For this presidential primary, your vote won't only make your voice heard, but get your foot in the door for an a day of truly revolutionary cinema.
A filmmaker who was so inspired by people gives audiences a final gift of cinematic accessibility, not only to see films, but to make them.
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