Tony Palmer details the favors, lies and innovations necessary to make Zappa's 1971 madcap cult classic on a shoestring in just 10 days.
Elaine McMillion Sheldon and Martha Shane share their experiences filming subjects on Election Day for the documentary 11/8/16.
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The two friends and longtime collaborators sit down in the Portlandia writing office to discuss Season 7, Japan, garlic, Wikipedia and more.
Get a first taste of Marion's latest book in his best-selling Warm Bodies series, prefaced by some warm words on it from Levine.
Director Tony Palmer discusses the dramatic history behind the making, unmaking and restoring of his film Leonard Cohen: Bird on a Wire.
Channeling Claudia Rankine, Talkhouse Film's poet laureate Terence Nance looks at the present moment through one of the finest films of 2016.
Dana Michelle Cook explains how an incident at a girls beauty pageant sparked the decision to transform her life and the work she was making.
Allison Anders counts the ways in which she's head over heels about Anna Biller's sumptuous supernatural melodrama.
On the first anniversary of Bowie's death, Steven Lippman opens up his 2003 diaries to recall an indelible creative collaboration with the singer.
Matthew Wilder explains why his favorite cinematic genre — difficult movies — are both so gratifying and so hugely misunderstood.