The "Chasing Coral" and "Brimstone and Glory" composer talks about bringing the real world into his ethereal sonic landscapes.
The prolific director talks about the intersection between his personal and professional life that led to his latest film, the influence of Paul Mazursky and why women are where it's at right now.
The two unique comic minds on their collaboration on one of the strangest sequels in recent memory and filming scripted scenes inside Comic-Con.
On taking control of her career and doing improv.
The prolific filmmaker talks about breaking the rules in making a riveting drama about outlaws.
Intended to be filmed before the Greta Gerwig comedy "The Dish and the Spoon," Alison Bagnall is turning to the crowd to help fund a longtime passion project about the love triangle that forms between a fiery female animal activist and two men falling out of touch with the world.
The "Teacher" star and writer/director on this supernaturally-tinged and slightly comic account of a young woman reeling from a breakup and the game of "Mafia" that nearly ruined the shoot.
The director talks about her delicate dramedy starring Cobie Smulders and bringing her experience to the film of finding her niche while life is making other plans.
A followup to Joe Swanberg's relatively obscure comedy takes a turn for the surreal.
The lovers in this long-distance romance may not make it all the way, but the film does.
The director of "Kicking & Screaming" finally matures as a storyteller with a frenzied young woman as his muse.
With just a story outline and a director, the stars of "Pitch Perfect" and "Office Space" talk about taking a leap of faith to make this beautifully improvised comedy about co-workers who flirt with taking their relationship beyond the office to the chagrin of their respective partners.