Interviews, photos, and other glimpses into the filmmaking process—in filmmakers’ own words.
The 7 Artists Reinterpreting Oscar
Mar 11, 2021
Seven international artists offer their takes on the iconic Oscar statuette—and share their love of movies.
A Streaming Service for the Selective Cinephile
Mar 9, 2021
A look at Le Cinéma Club—the service that offers one free film a week for the more discerning cinephile.
Rewriting the Coming-of-Age Story
Mar 2, 2021
Writer, director and chef Eddie Huang reflects on how he found his voice—and on the making of “Boogie,” his tale of a high school basketball prodigy struggling to find his own.
A Piece of American Film History in Norway
Feb 25, 2021
An 1898 film reel uncovered in a Norwegian village offers a new glimpse into the history of “Something Good — Negro Kiss.” 
What We’re Streaming for Black History Month
Feb 24, 2021
Here's a roundup of how streaming services are highlighting content for Black History Month.
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Barb & Star Go To The Movies
Feb 20, 2021
Barb & Star—titular heroes of "Barb & Star Go To Vista Del Mar"—weigh in on some of their favorite flicks
Creating the Soundscape for "Nomadland"
Feb 19, 2021
A deep dive into the intricate but organic process behind the sound design of "Nomadland"
Inside the World of a Movie Set Photographer
Feb 18, 2021
As a unit still photographer, David Lee creates new takes on iconic movies. Here's a visual journey for you.
Sundance Film Festival
My Sundance Film Festival Diary
Feb 15, 2021
Marcus Hu is the co-founder of Strand Releasing, an independent film distribution company. In this article, he walks us through his 32nd Sundance experience.
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