female film directors
Heather Graham discusses how much sleep she is able to get every night.
Jessica Ogilvie, Melissa Silverstein and Katherine Pieper, PhD join HuffPost Live to explain how Hollywood can help support female filmmakers.
Dee Rees reveals why it took so long to get things rolling with “Bessie.”
Sam Taylor-Johnson talks with Nancy about how Anastasia's pubic hair reflects her journey.
Whoever you are and whatever you do, make sure you use any experience you have -- good or bad -- as the clay you need to transform your sculpture into a piece of art.
Director Nicole Holofcener joins Ricky to talk about working with James Gandolfini.
I've been learning a lot about Alice Guy-Blaché over the past week. She was one of the first female film directors. She may have been the first to bring narrative to film. I'm affectionately thinking of her as the first female geek.
When authenticity, generosity, traumatic memory, recorded history, and creativity collide, an effective documentary such as Boy Interrupted emerges.