With the Academy Awards only a few weeks away, we’re revisiting Terry Gross’ interviews with filmmakers Greta Gerwig and Dee Rees. Gerwig, who co-wrote and starred in ‘Frances Ha’ and ‘Mistress America,’ makes her directorial debut with the film ‘Lady Bird.’ It’s about a high school senior preparing for college and trying to assert her independence from her mother. ‘Lady Bird’ has five Oscar nominations, including best picture and best director. Dee Rees’ film ‘Mudbound’ follows two families — one black and one white — just before, during and after WWII. Rees says the film was informed by her Nashville, Tenn., childhood. ‘Mudbound’ is nominated for four Oscars, including best adapted screenplay and cinematography. Critic Justin Chang reviews the Hungarian movie ‘On Body and Soul,’ which is nominated for best foreign language film.