Mary Harron on Mad Women, Unreliable Narrators, and Directing Alias Grace 

As both director and writer, Mary Harron has produced some of the most memorable explorations of gender onscreen. From I Shot Andy Warhol to The Notorious Bettie Page and even her sly and stylish deconstruction of American Psycho, Harron’s films have always approached the interrelationship of violence, gender, and…

Eva Marcille On Reality TV and the Sweet Women of Real Housewives of Atlanta (Even Kenya)

Eva Marcille has pulled off what should be considered a feat: remaining relevant after her run on America’s Next Top Model, a show widely known as a factory for obscurity. Since winning Cycle 3 a full 13 years ago, she’s ventured into acting (The Young and the Restless, Tyler Perry’s House of Payne, etc.), producing…