Following in the footsteps of his work on "Bellflower," the editor-turned-director makes an equally headturning debut with a look at the bonds formed and broken between young men at privately run juvenile detention facilities.
With upcoming releases including Lynne Ramsay's "We Need to Talk About Kevin" and Andrea Arnold's "Wuthering Heights," the newly discounted membership program from the indie distributor sounds like a good deal.
The five nominees for this year's John Cassavetes Award, which specifically honors films made for under $500,000, have some crazy stories behind them and they share just their experience for the first day of it.
Preparing for the apocalypse isn't a bad way to deal with a relationship crisis as the first-time filmmakers' breathtaking debut would have you believe. A talk about the six-year journey the film took to make it to the big screen with its director and star.