The director of "Bisbee '17" on giving voice to survivors of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church and creating a conscious collaboration to make this powerful film.
On devising a camera set-up that would put an interview subject at ease when talking about one of the most painful moments in his life - who happens to be the director of the film.
Director Robert Greene continues to find truth in mixing fact and fiction, this time with the help of Kate Lyn Sheil.
The "Hey Bartender" and "All In" documentarian talks about recounting a history in as fun and irreverent fashion as the comedy brand established in their heyday.
The expert sound designer talks about how he uses the ears to get inside the heads of complicated characters in "Bisbee '17," "On Her Shoulders" and "Shirkers."
The fraternal directing duo behind "Western" talk about reinventing the concert film with David Byrne's radical reconception of a concert.
The director of a delicate new holiday staple talks about how he became a Christmas tree salesman in order to make his feature debut.
The innovative composer talks about his distinctive scores for "I'll See You in My Dreams," "Unexpected" and "Queen of Earth."
The "Kate Plays Christine" director discusses seizing upon a relatively little-known conflict in an Arizona mining town a century ago to tell a story about America now.
An exhilarating, living document as adventurous as the event it covers - David Byrne's grand musical experiment with Color Guard squads.
The first-time filmmaker on his truly stunning documentary about the dangerous proliferation of tasers.
An expertly told and electrifying history of the Taser and how its overuse led to a lazy police culture.