The "City Island" director talks about turning his attention to a heist film and the crazy true story that inspired it.
On telling the story of the evolution of teen culture in an intimate way and the four-year process to get it to the screen.
On the parallels between a young woman's sexual awakening and a filmmaker's coming out as an artist.
On creating a thriller with as much tension as its lead holds in his bowels while trying to evade arrest.
On the story of a teen fighting for the usual independence, only for the most unusual of reasons - a rare skin condition.
Interview: Geoff Moore and David Posamentier on Experimenting With “Better Living Through Chemistry”
On getting out from behind the desk at different production companies to make their directorial debut on this Sam Rockwell comedy.
On making a leap with a new heist comedy, filming with Canadian border patrol and low men and high art.
When she signed up to star in “Animals,” Kim Shaw knew she was stepping into the world of her co-star David Dastmalchian, who had writte...
SXSW ’14 Interview: Andrew O’Connor, Drew Tarver and Rosa Salazar on the Frighteningly Funny “May the Best Man Win”
The director and two of the stars of the SXSW-selected hidden-camera comedy talk about taking pleasure in making audiences cringe.
On the struggle to find a shape for her devastatingly personal new film about the BP oil spill.