Lou Pepe, the co-director of Lost in La Mancha, on staring, compassion fatigue and his new documentary, The Bad Kids.
The election and his new film, Burn Country, prompt Ian Olds to grapple with how important art is now, and what is its place in the world.
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Man on Wire director James Marsh pays tribute to David Bowie by recalling the time they became friendly, and pondering his creative swan song.
Stuart Gordon flashes back to the time he met with the interspecies linguistic researcher to discuss a sequel to Honey, I Shrunk the Kids.
The two multitalented brothers sit down for a conversation about music, movies and much more as Robert releases his first film as a writer-director.
Joe Lynch on Ang Lee's new movie and how 120 fps could be where cinema is headed – if we have the right films to ease us into it.
Filmmaker Jade Porter on why the result of the presidential election prompted her to fulfill a long-held dream to live south of the border.
In his regular TV column, Jim Hemphill gets caught up in the ABC crime series, which channels Soderbergh and Hitchcock at their entertaining best.
The acclaimed writer-director on his favorite thing of 2016, the highly unconventional meta web series by fellow Talkhouse contributor Caveh Zahedi.
Recorded earlier this year at Samsung 837 in NYC, an energized, provocative conversation between two of the smartest, most engaged artists around.