The first-time director talks about turning frustrations with relationships and the film business into a perceptive and sharp new comedy, starring Aya Cash, Noel Wells and Josh Radnor.
The actress talks about her showstopping turn in "Sleeping With Other People" and finding juicy roles in short films.
The writer/director talks about how a move from New York to Austin and from producing to directing led to this nasty little slice of Southern-fried noir.
The Austin-based filmmaker & musician on her long-deferred narrative directorial debut, a thriller set on prom night currently raising funds on Kickstarter.
On making a madcap contemporary romantic comedy that Preston Sturges would enjoy.
On a production nearly as crazy as what made it onto the screen.
The actress talks about getting real in Clay Liford's clever comedy centered on teens obsessed with fan fiction.
The rising stars of "A Teacher" director Hannah Fidell's second feature on their drama about a young couple in over their head after a long-term relationship and the benefits of working with just a 15-person crew.
The first-time director on turning his hometown of Austin, Texas into a dystopia for this futuristic thriller, mirroring the lo-fi ingenuity of its characters behind the scenes.
The filmmakers from the festival's hometown are making quite a bit of noise in a lineup already heralding new films from the likes of Joss Whedon, John Sayles and "Party Girl" director Daisy von Scherler Mayer from a script by Neil LaBute.
A comedy about a Comic-Con gone wrong.