A Blood History of Storytelling: Indigenous Actress and Producer Sera-Lys McArthur Talks About Spiritual Rekindling, Cathartic Screaming, and Creating Change

The Canadian Nakota actress and producer shares her journey and talks about the art of crying, power of screaming, reconnecting with her ancestor’s language, and what needs to change for Indigenous representation.

Escaping Constraining Cinema Conventions | ‘Be Still’ Director Elizabeth Lazebnik On Women’s History, Surrealism, and Persistence

Writer-director of ‘Be Still’ digs into the making of her directorial debut and how she wanted to bring surrealist pioneer Hannah Maynard’s life story to the screen.

“Representation Matters So Much” | Shay Revolver on Lost Careers, Stereotypes, Real Life Pain and Becoming the Change

“I also do it because I want my mom to, hopefully, before she goes—which hopefully isn’t for a long time—to see, Look mom, there’s a change –  we don’t have to be maids anymore. We don’t have to do this anymore!”