The director talks about following Matt Green, an urban explorer who brings fresh eyes to looking at New York, one step at a time.
The winning directing duo behind Sundance's Grand Jury Prize-winning doc talk about how they got the access to make a portrait of the disgraced politician as dynamic as he is.
The director on his two silent gems about social inequality in New York, overcoming his dislike for the genre & the importance of a good caterer on set.
The director behind the new film about a twentysomething adrift in New York who passes the time by seducing women talks about his path to making films, why he's no good at titles, and how Kickstarter proved to be valuable in getting the word out about his movie.
The longtime New Yorker on looking out his office window for a rich portrait of race, privilege and economic opportunity in Chelsea.
The director talks about seeking out New York's most corrupt cops from the 1980s for a wild and riveting true crime documentary.
The director tells crazy stories about getting permission to film at Ellis Island, working with Joaquin Phoenix & the personal touches he gave to the drama.
The writer/director discusses his accidentally romantic debut film that's full of surprises including the fact that it is itself one of the year's undiscovered indie gems.
The director and two stars of this drama about one wild day in Brooklyn for two Muslim teens talk about a production that was just as crazy.
On braving Hurricane Sandy and the variables that come with filming on the New York subway system.