Director Marc Isaacs talks with PopMatters about his documentary, The Filmmaker’s House, and the creative ‘grey area’ in filmmaking.
Director Antonia Kilian talks with PopMatters about unveiling the complexities of life in Northern Syria, especially for women, in The Other Side of the River.
Death threats, legal threats, and censorship: Director Ken Fero on police violence in the UK, inspiring activism, and his recent documentary, Ultraviolence.
Filmmakers Jeffrey Wolf and Sam Pollard talk about artist Bill Traylor, born into slavery, whose works define this singular creative voice in American art.
Director Gregory Monro talks to PopMatters in an exclusive interview from Tribeca about the revealing words of Stanley Kubrick.
Sean Fine and Andrea Nix’s new documentary, LFG, focuses on the women’s national soccer team’s court battle to get paid what they’re worth.
The Soviet people feel so close in Sergei Loznitsa’s State Funeral, it’s as if you ask via whisper if they ever lost a family member to a show trial or gulag.
Director Lisa Immordino Vreeland talks with PopMatters about her documentary about two great American writers, Truman Capote and Tennesee Williams.
Nadia Szold’s found-footage documentary Larry Flynt for President looks back at the Hustler publisher’s 1983 run for the White House.
Max Eriksson’s documentary on the tragic life of a professional skateboarder, The Scars of Ali Boulala, will only interest fans of the sport.