Director D. Mitry talks with PopMatters about his debut feature film, My True Fairytale, whose story aligns with the tragic loss of his daughter.
If punk is for those who reject mainstream culture, then in the music film Sound of Metal, nothing is more punk than radical deaf acceptance.
Filmmakers David Alvarado and Jason Sussberg talk about ‘We Are As Gods’, which tells the story of environmentalism pioneer, LSD enthusiast, and Whole Earth Catalogue founder, Steward Brand.
Does it make sense for contemporary Superman to stand beside ancient Zeus in comic book films? Filmmaker Zack Snyder and 19th century poet and critic Matthew Arnold think so.
‘Test Pattern’ director Shatara Michelle Ford talks with PopMatters about putting everyday fear into film.
Bing Liu’s Skateboarding Documentary, ‘Minding the Gap’, Is a Manifesto of Youth Delivered by the Young
Some people never grow up but in skateboarding documentary, ‘Minding the Gap’, no one ever stops growing.
For those who proclaim that people are solely responsible for their life's choices, Bing Liu's, Minding the Gap shows what costs come with attempting to break cycles of violence, poverty, and addiction.
Using Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland as the basis for his film, Claude Chabrol essays a woman's metaphysical journey into fear in his fantasy-themed Alice ou la dernière fugue.