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With great wit and insight, New York City filmmaker Nina Davenport documents her quest to have a baby as a single mother over forty. Davenport’s film taps into the zeitgeist topic of how the modern family is being re-imagined. (TIFF)
Filmmaker Toolkit Podcast, Ep 31: The “It Comes at Night” director talks about how he got his early start.
Plus: We discuss two film festivals — LAFF and BAMcinemaFEST — and why one is more successful than the other.
Also: A look at the odds for some of the key drama races, and whether they match up with expectations.
Gould and Seehorn know that whatever happens to Kim, it’s ultimately going to break viewers’ hearts.
"Dead Men Tell No Tales" co-director Joachim Rønning talks about what it's like to make the transition to a franchise film costing a reported $230 million.
What the decline of theatrical releasing means for low-budget filmmakers trying to get a foot in the door.
The show has a gritty, visually aggressive look for a period show on a budget. Here's how they do it.