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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.

"Ashley George: Sometimes, Forever is a twist on my own experience as a sexually confused girl living in a pretty straight, suburban world, so

Filmmaker and actor Brendan Bradley discusses the increasing role that social media is having on creativity and the power of filmmaking.

Since its creation, the Jacob Burns Film Center has curated timely, poignant series aimed to enlighten and uplift its audiences. The theater, located in

Ben Wheatley's new film FREE FIRE is out today and we spoke with him about the film, his filmography, and the extreme violence in

Danae Grandison's [Re]Defined is a 10-minute short film that dives into the nitty gritty of adolescent life, leaving few doors unopened.

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