A first-time feature director shows a clarity of voice, as dirty as the vocabulary may be, in this pitch black comedy.
Stephen Saito is an L.A.-based writer whose work has been published in The L.A. Times, Premiere, and IFC.com.
A crowdpleaser that combines the arthouse film staples of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with cute kid competition docs.
On making her Kristen Wiig dramedy about a caretaker who learns to take care of herself.
On making the true story of a WWII POW come to life.
The Oscar-winning director of "The Last Days" turns his camera on a new generation of American farmers.
The "Sound It Out" filmmaker is turning to crowdsourcing to reveal the man behind the mask of the '70s singing phenomenon.
A first-time filmmaker draws upon his unique personal story for a startling look at America's income inequality.
A filmmaker talks about setting her summer home ablaze literally with her festival circuit hit short about an irascible teen.
On building the complex structure of this stirring study of a sex surrogate.
On uncovering the rise of female mariachis in the traditionally male field in Mexico.