The director of "The Greasy Strangler" talks about pushing the envelope further than he has before - by making a more heartfelt comedy.
The director of this Aubrey Plaza-Elizabeth Olsen social media satire talks about crafting a devious and delightful dark comedy worth obsessing over.
The writer/director on his retrospective in LA at Cinefamily, being a working artist and returning to the series he started with "Henry Fool."
First-time feature director Maggie Carey delivers a seriously funny and funnily serious sexual coming-of-age comedy.
A devious comedy from "The Greasy Strangler"'s Jim Hosking about misfits finding each other will likely please those who enjoy their laughs outside the mainstream the most.
The "Life After Beth" director heads for hills of rural Tuscany for a wild sex farce that'll keep you glued to your seat.
On bringing this zombie romantic comedy to life.
The director of the new comedy involving time travel, Aubrey Plaza, romance and jean jackets.