On the fireworks of this relationship drama set during the Fourth of July.
On a production nearly as crazy as what made it onto the screen.
For an acting directing team that's said to look alike, they made a sharply comic character study unlike other.
What's old is quite new again in this western from first-time director Jared Moshe.
On the comedy troupe the Vacationeers' new comedy.
While revealing a host of insecurities in playing a fictional version of himself after a bad breakup, the "Girls" star exudes confidence in his fifth feature.
Nearly the entire cast and crew of the undersung 1978 drama about a recently paroled career criminal reunited at the L.A. Film Fest to recall how they pulled off the job.
A filmmaker talks about healing from a bad breakup with the help of his two families, the one linked by blood and the one by art, in an intimate drama that recently made its debut at the L.A. Film Fest.
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 culture from two exciting new first-time feature filmmakers.
The duo behind "The Slaughter Rule" talk about finding their way home for their second feature.
On thrusting audiences into the middle of the emergency room and by extension, America's health care crisis.
A wide-ranging comedy that rarely leaves the house of a twentysomething layabout in Los Angeles is long on truth and short on story.