We spoke with Sarah Moshman about her latest documentary, Losing Sight of Shore, which is now available on Netflix.
Film to some is much more than a hobby, but a lifestyle. Sometimes it can be that art form we bonded over with a
Film Inquiry writer Arlin Golden had a chance to talk with Rod Armstrong, a programmer of the San Francisco International Film Festival.
We had a chance to talk with Emily Keating, the Director of Education for Created Equal, a civil rights and film program for kids
We spoke with London-based director James Hughes about his short film THE NOMOPHOBE and the implications of smartphone addiction.
Film Inquiry writer Alistair Ryder sat down and talked with Woody Harrelson about his live one-shot directorial debut, Lost in London.
Candice Onyeama discusses the importance of her short film Hush to for herself, and about identity and those suffering from mental health.
In our latest interview, we talk with director Michael McQuown, whose latest work is the anthology horror film The Dark Tapes.