Can We Ever Change Our Attitudes Towards Paedophiles?
With her film Daniel's World, Veronika Liskova explores the struggle for acceptance in a society that sees no difference between active offenders and those – like her subject – who are seeking help to never act on their desires.
Infographic: How Africa’s Film Industry Stacks Up to the Rest of the World
Nigeria's Nollywood is the second-largest producer of movies in the world. How does it compare with Hollywood and Bollywood?
Trying to Make a Short Film in 48 Hours Made Me Feel Like an Idiot
This weekend I entered the 48 Hour Film Project and realised how inept I am at making films.
We Talked to the Director of 'Dear White People' About Race, Identity, and Black Cinema
He doesn't mind being called the "black Whit Stillman".
A Documentary on the Aborted Nicolas Cage/Tim Burton Superman Movie Is Coming Soon
Jon Schnepp wanted to find out the real story behind the failed Tim Burton movie, so he made a documentary about it.
VICE and the Criterion Collection Presents: Christopher Nolan on 'Following'
He reveals the DIY filmmaking techniques used on his debut.
The Horse's Ass Issue
The Follies Of Documentary Filmmaking
Frederick Wiseman is probably the best documentary filmmaker there is. He's definitely the purest. But it's very likely you haven't heard of him yet, much less seen his films.