Interviews, photos, and other glimpses into the filmmaking process—in filmmakers’ own words.
We Grown Now
'I Exist!': Director Minhal Baig and Jurnee Smollett on the Importance of 'We Grown Now' (Exclusive)
May 12, 2024
"I was interested in telling a story that was larger than myself, and about a place and a people that I think are not given their due," director Minhal Baig says of her Chicago-set drama.
Evil Does Not Exist
'Evil Does Not Exist' Director Ryusuke Hamaguchi and Composer Eiko Ishibashi on Their Unconventional Collaboration (Exclusive)
May 9, 2024
The Oscar-winning filmmaker behind 'Drive My Car' and his go-to composer open up about the unlikely path to their new thriller.
Mothers Day Guide
Mother's Day Movie Guide
May 9, 2024
Whether you're in the mood for a touching drama or a gripping noir, A.frame has selected a few films that showcase the intricacies of motherhood.
The Fall Guy
How 'The Fall Guy' Stunt Designer Chris O'Hara Creates 'the Illusion of Danger' (Exclusive)
May 6, 2024
Chris O'Hara discusses collaborating with David Leitch and Ryan Gosling on 'The Fall Guy' and the "honor" of earning Hollywood's first-ever "stunt designer" credit.
'It Felt Like They Owned San Francisco That Night': Nancy Savoca Reflects on Directing River Phoenix and Lili Taylor in 'Dogfight' (Exclusive)
May 2, 2024
The misunderstood 'Dogfight' is finally getting its flowers. Director Nancy Savoca and producer Rich Guay say it is beyond their wildest dreams.
Ethan Hawke, Maya Hawke
Ethan Hawke on Directing Daughter Maya Hawke in 'Wildcat': 'Our Safe Place Is Creativity' (Exclusive)
May 2, 2024
For Ethan Hawke, directing daughter Maya Hawke in a movie about art, religion, and mortality was the natural next step: "This is where we live."
'Tarot's Directors Knew They Had Succeeded When There Were Movie Walkouts (Exclusive)
May 1, 2024
First-time filmmakers Spenser Cohen and Anna Halberg on their fresh approach to horror: "I think a lot of horror today feels rushed. For us, it's all about the buildup."
AAPI Heritage Month
Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month 2024: Films to Watch in Celebration
May 1, 2024
Here are a few films that entertain and enlighten while dealing with the themes of romantic love, parenthood, environmental preservation, and so much more. 
Stress Positions
'Stress Positions' Theda Hammel and John Early on Finding the Screwball Comedy in Covid (Exclusive)
Apr 29, 2024
First-time filmmaker Theda Hammel and star John Early on the making of pandemic comedy 'Stress Positions': "It was fun to find the comedy in that and not to focus on the more devastating or anxiety-producing parts of that time."
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