A slighter story than their first film but nonetheless delightful, the second film from the "Persepolis" writer/directors finds a vivid story in the waining days of a suicidal violinist.
Her finest film to date, the new film from the "Humpday" writer/director gets an infusion of movie stars such as Emily Blunt and Rosemarie DeWitt to bring out the luminosity in a crackling relationship comedy.
A man of many hats and many films, the actor/writer/director talks about taking a turn for the dramatic with his latest film, a rich thriller about a one-night stand between scientists that leads to unfortunate consequences.
A fantastic feature debut worth obsessing over.
Most of the charm in Lee Kirk's directorial debut comes from the familiar.
On the ties that bind even when we don't want them to and the intimate style of his directorial debut.
A great reference for generations to come on digital cinema.
On the coming-of-age drama about a teen who finds solace from a broken family in investigating global warming.
After helming the gangster tale "Perrier's Bounty," the Irish actor-turned-director takes on something more life-affirming with this coming-of-age story about a boy battling cancer through his art.
Having worked on several memorable films as an editor in the past few years such as Tiny Furniture and Brock Enright: Good Times Will Never Be the Same, the filmmaker returns to Maine to make one of his own as a director.