The two-time Oscar nominee discusses what he learned about the U.S. media in making the political drama, Kill the Messenger.
The co-star of some of Hollywood’s biggest blockbusters talks about her need to take a break from acting and her first film role in almost a decade.
With the Twilight film franchise behind her, Stewart talks about her work in a series of interesting indie films, including Camp X-Ray.
Into her eighth decade, the incomparable actress-activist reflects on her career and her decision to only portray strong women.
Simien shares his feelings on the acclaim being received by his debut feature film, Dear White People, in which he tackles issues of race with humor and insight.
The founder of the Define American campaign describes his documentary, Documented.
The two-time Academy Award winner discusses her latest film releases, You’re Not You and The Homesman.
The best-selling novelist reflects on the acclaim she’s received for her work, including Half of a Yellow Sun and, her latest, Americanah.
One of few entertainers to achieve the honor of the industry’s “grand slam” of awards, Moreno shares stories from her one-of-a-kind career.
Jones talks about his film, Keep on Keepin’ On, documenting the mentorship between jazz legend Clark Terry and a blind piano prodigy.