On the thrilling doc about an escape artist whose exploits after getting into prison were far crazier than what landed him there.
On finding her way beyond prison walls for the incredible story of saxophonist Frank Jordan.
On how a happy marriage birthed a comedy about those that have gone awry.
L.A. Film Fest ’13 Interview: Doug Pray on His Transfixing Diamond in the Rough Doc “Levitated Mass”
The director of the DJ doc "Scratch" on finding another diamond in the rough.
L.A. Film Fest ’13: Jacob Kornbluth & Robert Reich Level the Economic Playing Field With “Inequality for All”
The former Secretary of Labor and the filmmaker who wanted to spread his ideas about income disparity in America get a literally open forum ...
The "Being John Malkovich" and "Where the Wild Things Are" director spoke of his relationships with the late Maurice Sendak and James Gandol...
L.A. Film Fest ’13 Review: A Wild Beast Can’t Escape Captivity in Joe Burke’s Sharp Slice of Life “Four Dogs”
A wide-ranging comedy that rarely leaves the house of a twentysomething layabout in Los Angeles is long on truth and short on story.
Interview: Ryan McGarry on Mixing Medicine With Filmmaking in the Urgent Health Care Doc “Code Black”
On thrusting audiences into the middle of the emergency room and by extension, America's health care crisis.
The duo behind "The Slaughter Rule" talk about finding their way home for their second feature.
Matrimony is means to an end rather than about finding true love in this amusing meditation on finding your own way in a goal-oriented cultu...