Legendary Filmmaker Paul Schrader Told Us Some Pretty Good Nicolas Cage Stories
"He was doing this sort of Bogart schtick, and I didn't care for it much, but I didn't want to pick a fight with him, I knew I could cut around it."
This 17-Year-Old Horror Director Has Made Two Feature Films Already So What Are You Doing with Your Life?
We talked to French filmmaker Nathan Ambrosioni about terrifying location shoots and bossing adults around on set.
Catching Up with the Baby from ‘Labyrinth’
Thirty years after David Bowie brought him to the goblin kingdom, Toby Froud has become the goblin king.
This Trippy Wallpaper Installation Takes Staring at Walls to a Whole New Level
Milan design duo Carnovsky pack layers of hidden images into their first major North American RGB installation.
Getting Schooled on ‘Caginess’ by a Nicolas Cage Expert
"I think the biggest misconception about Nicolas Cage is that he can't act."
The Prison Issue
Deep Cover: What It Was Like Working as a Prison Guard at Sing Sing in the 1990s
Ted Conover discusses how little has changed in the 15 years since he infiltrated Sing Sing in order to write a book about the prison system.
These Young Filmmakers Are Bringing the Gangs of Brussels to the Big Screen
Black centres on gang violence and features an almost exclusively black and Moroccan cast.
What I Learned From Watching the Entire First Decade of ‘Rock’em Sock’em Hockey’ Videos
The 90s were a weird ten years for Don Cherry.
We Talked to the Filmmaker Who Had Inside Access to Ghana’s ‘James Bond of Journalism’
It's clear within the first new minutes of Chameleon why anyone would want to make a documentary about Anas Aremeyaw Anas.
We Spoke to a Canadian Doc-Maker About Guantanamo’s Most Kafkaesque Case
Stephen Harper doesn't care about Uyghurs, about human beings—he cares about pandas.
Ezra Levant Interviewed Noam Chomsky and They Disagreed On Pretty Much Everything
Former Sun News Network host Ezra Levant is back to being belligerent with guests, but this time, he wants your cash to do it.