Tim Boardman, Molly Shannon and Missi Pyle star in this affecting comedy about a volleyball player looking to bounce out of his small town.
A lighthearted comedy that handles heavy subjects such as race and privilege with grace.
Tribeca ’16 Review: An Opening Act That’s As Good As It Gets in Jeff Grace’s Debut “Folk Hero & Funny Guy”
Alex Karpovsky and Wyatt Russell prove a winning pair as two friends at a crossroads who hit the highway in Jeff Grace's sweet, smart comedy...
The married musicians talk about their first professional collaboration as film composers on this doc that goes behind the scenes of the Met...
The "True Blood" star and lifelong Pee-Wee fan on taking full advantage of the opportunity to show his lighter side.
A view of a cult from inside of it for over 20 years results in a fascinating new doc from first-time director Will Allen.
Sundance ’16 Review: A Droll Documentarian & a Mystery Woman on the Run Conspire for Fun in “Jacqueline (Argentine)”
A docmaker's worst nightmare comes true, often to hilarious effect, in Bernardo Britto's feature debut.
The celebrated Danish director of "Applause" talks about his biggest film to date, uncovering an obscure piece of Danish wartime history tha...
David Oyelowo shines in this drama about a newly widowed man making amends with his mother-in-law.
The Canadian filmmaker on stumbling into an incredible subject for a film and the wild search to find the truth after.