Andrucha, Mini, and Lucas talk about their new medical TV series Under Pressure, public versus private health in Rio de Janeiro, infrastructure, science versus faith, corruption and why there is hope.
Chandler and Jesse talk about their new film We Forgot to Break Up, identity, memory and sexuality, anger, selfishness, relationships, and the messiness of intimate friendships.
Mina Shum makes a third visit, this time to talk about her new film Meditation Park, neighbours, Buddhism, the falsity of capitalism, underwear, the obstacles and triumphs we face and why we’re constantly coming of age.
Arshad Khan talks about similarity through difference, his new film ABU, Pakistan, immigration, puritanism, regret and why librarians matter.
Sherwin Haji chats about his new film The Other Side of Hope, immigration, voice and identity, fear of the other, history, memory and the extreme right wing.
Boris Ivanov talks about propaganda, international adoptions, state sponsored hate, political complicity, LGBTQ issues in Russia, independent media and Pussy Riot.
Gustavo Salmerón talks about his new film Lots of Kids, A Monkey and A Castle, emotional intelligence, hoarding, death, fascism and family and why you need to record your parents on video – soon.
Karim Sayad talks about his new film Of Sheep and Men, ram fighting, Eid al-Adha, Algeria, colonization, democracy and the Arab Spring, empathy and gender injustice.
Leslea Mair talks about her new film Losing Our Religion, trauma, atheism and non-belief, the power of community and preachers who have no faith.
Mouly Surya talks about her new film Marlina The Murderer in Four Acts, multiple possibilities, writing with images, violence, stilln