Director Alli Haapasalo talks with PopMatters about the radical politics of Girl Picture and and calls for removing bias about queer and women’s stories.
Talking with Land of Gold director Nardeep Khurmi at Tribeca, he explains how his road trip drama serves as a badly needed “empathy machine” for divided America.
Pleistocene Park director Luke Griswold-Tergis talks about his eight-year filmmaking journey with a very smart, “batshit crazy” self-taught environmentalist.
Lebanese director Mounia Akl talks with PopMatters about the act of resistance in making and participating in art and her feature debut, Costa Brava, Lebanon.
Director Colin West talks with PopMatters at the SXSW world premiere of Linoleum about how the film’s chaotic tall tales and morals are a mirror image of his own mind.
Director Charlotte Sieling and Actress Trine Dyrholm on Historic Nordic Mystery ‘Margrete: Queen of the North’
Director Charlotte Sieling and Actress Trine Dyrholm on Margrete: Queen of the North and how her vision for peace in 1402 is relatable to present-day Europe.
Director Mark Cousins talks with PopMatters about resuming his cinematic journey to chronicle the contributions of the last decade to The Story of Film.
Director Michael Pearce talks with PopMatters about crafting a portrait of a complicated anti-hero in his new sci-fi thriller, Encounter.
Lady Buds Director Chris J. Russo talks about her portrait of resilient and courageous women who laid the foundations for the US cannabis industry.
Writing With Fire co-director Rintu Thomas talks with PopMatters about hope and courage and the women journalists who are changing the world one byte at a time.
Lee Haven Jones on his debut horror film ‘The Feast’, which is influenced by the ancient Welsh Mabinogion literature of chilling folk tales, legends, and myths.