A daily paddle tennis match between 87-year-olds serves up far more for a first-time feature director.
A master of imagery sees a little of herself in the story an interior designer who reenergizes her own life as a prostitute.
On the four remaining doctors in America who risk their lives to perform late-term abortions.
On sneaking the incisive, socially conscious meditation on violence past Chinese censors.
Interview: Logan Huffman, Zeke and Simon Hawkins on Making Themselves at Home in “We Gotta Get Out of This Place”
The fraternal director duo talk about making their Southern-fried potboiler extra crispy.
On working with Sam Rockwell on the neo-noir and what the two will do next.
Interview: Joe Begos, Josh Ethier and Graham Skipper’s Superhuman Effort Pays Off With “Almost Human”
On the scrappy sci-fi slasher flick that took Toronto by storm.
The writer/director and star talk about creating an indelible survival story.
The writer/director proves she's here to stay with a hilarious and heartfelt second film.
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