The director of the Sundance-winning Somali-set hijacking thriller talks about shooting on the high seas.
On drawing upon his own youth within reason for this evocative coming-of-age film.
On what makes someone a parent and how his own upbringing shaped his love of films.
The still young old pros reflect on how their approach to acting has changed.
On how a filmmaker's restlessness with getting something made resulted in the story of an angry young man.
The star and director of the comedy about twins describe how they became the perfect filmmaking pair.
On finding the confidence to make films as big as the screen will hold.
The Irish filmmaker on building worlds and his career after his live-action remake of "Akira" stalled.
On making the romcom real and shooting the Jenny Slate comedy's climactic standup routine at 7 am.
On raising hell in high school once more with his brother "Heathers" writer Daniel Waters.
On the transition from acting in TV to film and soon making a directorial debut of her own.
A master of imagery sees a little of herself in the story an interior designer who reenergizes her own life as a prostitute.