In the memory of the documentary giant who passed away at 90, the pioneer of cinema verite reflects on one of his final films.
The filmmaker on finding unique ways to talk about women's issues and her provocative new doc on infertility.
The first-time filmmakers on the Texas town with a funny name that led to a seriously great portrait of three men fighting their demons.
The filmmaker behind a startling new documentary, which casts an unblinking eye on the American military justice system and how one soldier who dared to bring attention to war crimes got accused of one himself, talks about getting to the bottom of a moral and legal morass.
The "Thirst Street" duo talk about their wily reunion with this inspired comedy about life imitating art imitaing life.
The globetrotting journalist and the actor who gives him the big screen treatment talk about envisioning Somalia in a new light.
The trio of filmmakers talk about making this energetic thriller about a smooth criminal in Lagos and working all the angles themselves to pull it off under a tight deadline.
After helming the gangster tale "Perrier's Bounty," the Irish actor-turned-director takes on something more life-affirming with this coming-of-age story about a boy battling cancer through his art.
The director talks about how an audio error on his last film inspired this Dan Stevens-starring drama about a man who goes blind the more he learns to see.
The director talks about making a high school-set film for grown-ups with this bold and stylish mystery.
The co-screenwriters talk about "casually" capturing history in this naturalistic tale of brothers at odds during the Civil War.