The second film from "She's Out of My League" director Jim Field Smith appeared to be more ambitious with a starry cast including Jennifer Garner and Olivia Wilde and a Black List script, but with heightened expectations, the butter carving comedy is only moderately amusing.
On how a quest to make the ultimate Volkswagen movie turned into something more poignant.
On working with an "impossible" Walter Matthau and being a female filmmaker in 1971.
The first-time Aussie filmmaker on how an alternative upbringing led to this psychological thriller and the one word he wouldn't allow on set.
On making a film as meticulously as its characters plan a heist that serves as its plot.
A trio of sisters brace for the worst when their father comes to believe the end is nigh in this ferocious feature debut.
A first-time writer/director crafts a deceptively cunning character study.
Bringing an all-too-rare female voice to horror, the director investigates the mystery of Superstition Mountain.
On dealing with a rollercoaster of a relationship comedy onscreen and the noise of an amusement park off it during filming.
On giving the "Boyhood" auteur his due with a career-spanning conversation with his collaborators.
On making the tense supernatural thriller and how it almost went to the dogs.