The fraternal directing duo and the star of "Puncture" discuss the making of the unconventional courtroom drama.
On her reality-based style and the path that brought her behind the camera after a long career in front of it.
On raising hell in high school once more with his brother "Heathers" writer Daniel Waters.
The married writer and director of the new comedy starring Melanie Lynskey as a woman trying to find the right balance after a divorce talk about hitting the right tone for their latest film.
The first Orthodox Jewish woman to make a feature talks about inviting audiences into a rarely-seen world, the film's resplendent visual glow and why she shouldn't be mistaken for the film's main character.
On finding the confidence to make films as big as the screen will hold.
On making a character study as complex & thrilling as an illicit affair.
On making the romcom real and shooting the Jenny Slate comedy's climactic standup routine at 7 am.
The friends and artistic collaborators spoke about the "constant jigsaw puzzle" of making this tense character study of a young angry American man looking for trouble in Paris.
The director of "Eagle Vs. Shark" lets his imagination run wild with this story of a young boy who reconnects with the father he never knew and talks about how his own childhood led to one of the more creative minds in filmmaking today.
After charming SXSW last year with the road trip romance "Surrogate Valentine," the director and his troubadour star return with an expansion of the universe, and talk about expanding it further.
The writer/director discusses why his latest thriller is something you've never seen (or heard) before, why he can't get movies made with male leads, and how he learned Nicole Kidman was a fan of "House of the Devil."