"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.
Michael Mann's 1995 Pacino/De Niro crime drama is nothing short of a masterpiece.