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.
The "Detropia" directors talk about taking on a biography for the first time and making their portrait of the TV icon as vivid and present as their verite documentaries.
The writer/director talks about the blood, sweat and tears that go into creating the perfect image as a filmmaker and as a woman.
Director Robert Greene continues to find truth in mixing fact and fiction, this time with the help of Kate Lyn Sheil.
The director talks about shaking things up with this female-driven financial thriller and how improv gave way to some of the film's most memorable scenes.
On creating an Robert Altman-esque portrait of the nation's health care woes through a free clinic held in Bristol, Tennessee.
The filmmaker talks about risking life and limb to follow one of Mexico's most dangerous drug cartels.
The Hungarian helmer wasn’t going to watch his career go to the dogs without a fight, so he joined them for this bold drama about revolution.
The writer/director on his lovely new dramedy starring Blythe Danner, breaking from routine and the search for options, both in film and in life.
In a conversation with Guillermo Del Toro, the director spoke about the inspiration of "Greed" and "Treasure of Sierra Madre" on the space adventure.
The Waldo Salt Award-winning screenwriter on the long journey from the script to the screen of this taut thriller about the 1971 psychological study.