A followup to Joe Swanberg's relatively obscure comedy takes a turn for the surreal.
After being disappointed by a splashy first foray into feature screenwriter, the indie rocker-turned-filmmaker finds his groove with a darkly comic short film.
From the hundreds of films we've checked out at festivals, here are the ones that are most in need of being seen by a wider audience.
Rooney Mara and Vanessa Redgrave get one juicy character to play in this sweeping adaptation of Sebastian Barry's novel.
The "True Blood" star and lifelong Pee-Wee fan on taking full advantage of the opportunity to show his lighter side.
Soon to be made into the Vince Vaughn comedy "The Delivery Man," the original Canadian flick about a man who learns he's fathered 533 children through sperm bank donations pays off in plenty of ways.
There's no sibling rivalry between the writing/directing duo behind "Cyrus," but they sure have fun with the idea in their new comedy, which they talk about with their cast.
The Canadian filmmaker on stumbling into an incredible subject for a film and the wild search to find the truth after.
On finding a way back, not only for himself but for a world divided into greater extremes, after nearly losing his life in a terrorist attack.
Out-of-sync newlyweds Saoirse Ronan and Billy Howle play it smooth in this adaptation of the Ian McEwan novel.
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.