The "Joy" and "American Hustle" director of photography talks about paying tribute to classic Hollywood musicals with a vision of Los Angeles you've never seen before.
The director talks about being well ahead of her time with this exquisite portrait of an African-American family forging ahead at the turn of the 20th century that's been newly restored.
The writer/director talks about the blood, sweat and tears that go into creating the perfect image as a filmmaker and as a woman.
The director of "The House of the Devil" and "The Innkeepers" on his wildly entertaining new western and priming audiences to experience it properly.
The prolific documentary filmmaker and frequent Spike Lee collaborator on finding a new way into the history of the civil rights movement that resonates today.
The filmmaker behind Italy's official entry to the Oscars on the minimalist approach to filmmaking that resulted in an otherworldly look at the migrant crisis in Italy.
The director and star talk about kicking a beehive, both literally and figuratively, to make an exciting new thriller.
The "Wendy and Lucy" and "Meek's Cutoff" director on her beautiful new film about fighting the lay of the land, both natural and all too man-made.
On creating images of nature that hold wonder and anxiety in equal measure for this chilling island-set allegory of young boys who wonder about how their being raised.
The scion of a legendary filmmaking family and the frontman for Rooney talks about his directorial debut, an intriguing story of a young piano man finding his rhythm in life.
The actress and screenwriter talk about breathing life into a complicated woman largely defined by her shocking death.
The director behind the year's most enticing one-two punch on the festival circuit talks about how knowing just where to be led to a feature debut where he was right at home.