Charlie Curran, the young director of the documentary See Know Evil, discusses the importance of telling the story of the equally young '90s fashion photographer phenomenon, Davide Sorrenti.
Director Björn Runge finds it easy to relate to women in his filmmaking. He discusses his work on the film adaptation of Meg Wolitzer's The Wife with PopMatters' Paul Risker.
Michael Peterson reflects on knowing the places one can bend and twist the tropes of genre to bring something new to the crowded space of horror film.
Director Gareth Evans reflects on wanting to once again flex the muscle of making a horror film after his unintentional hiatus from making a film.
If The Song of Sway Lake moves its audience, as Gold hopes, then they will feel it much like the way the water in a lake gradually lets go of its winter ice.
The Cove enraged many an animal activist in 2009, but Megumi Sasaki offers an unbiased look at the controversy of whaling and dolphin hunting in the Japanese town of Taiji.
The world premiere of Videoman (Videomannen) at Arrow Video FrightFest 2018 finds director Söderström telling a tale of characters that are trying to deal with reality.
In this interview with documentary maker Phil Cox and producer Giovanna Stoppani, we learn how they made a film about an artist in absolute solitude, funk and soul singer Betty Davis.
Your Life, Their Hands: Interview with Activist Documentarians Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering on ‘The Bleeding Edge’
The makers of The Bleeding Edge on activist filmmaking, the dangers of medical deregulation, and Netflix as a platform for progressive filmmakers.