"I don't go ‘wouldn't it be a great career move to make a film about Elvis?’. Because it's not, you know, nobody begged me to make a Shakespeare."
Dan Olson’s YouTube documentary “Line Goes Up” is like “The Big Short,” except crypto is the housing crisis.
From 'King Kong' to 'Kids', New York has an iconic cinematic history. Here, author Jason Bailey spotlights some of the city's more underrated gems.
"We pulled off a serious cinematic sting, maybe even a whole new genre."
"Oh boy, I need to wash up after that!"
Saasha Ramsay, the third-generation scion of the famous Ramsay brothers, takes forward the legacy of Indian horror on screen by redefining fear.
Currently playing: four powerful animated documentaries on first-hand accounts of gender-based violence from across the conflict-ridden country.
If there's one thing you watch today, make it Bassam Tariq's heart-wrenching, four-minute 'Wa'ad.'
An interview with the filmmaker and lead actor behind the summer's most uproarious sci-fi comedy.
The filmmakers and judges behind Thunderdance Film Festival lend aspiring directors some wisdom on how to get your indie film seen.
Gay film director Arthur Bressan, Jr.’s touching and ever-urgent 1985 drama ‘Buddies’ was written in five days and filmed in nine.