The writer/director talks about figuring out a crime story around how to move forward in the world when it's left you behind.
The first-time writer/director delivers a sharply observed dramedy about a pair of L.A.-based couples who haven't figured out what they want out of a relationship, let alone of themselves.
Russell Harbaugh's stirring directorial debut features Andie MacDowell & Chris O'Dowd as a mother and son grieving the loss of their patriarch while pushing on with their love lives.
The director and stars of this wild thriller talk about giving themselves over to its island setting and literally swimming with sharks.
With some surprisingly risque content, the latest from the director of the acclaimed "Prince of Broadway" that explores loneliness in Southern California through the relationship between a 21-year-old young woman and an 85-year-old in her neighborhood is a game-changer.
The writer/director talks about creating the momentum in this clever comedy about couples (Emma Roberts and Michael Angarano & Patrick Gibson and Dree Hemingway) who find themselves at a standstill.
The writer/director discusses her bold comedy about people trying to find a home where everyone seems to be just passing through, starring herself & Jorma Taccone.
Writer/director/star Michelle Morgan makes a zesty directorial debut with a clever look at relationships in the 21st century.
A teenage dream for a Hollywood native became a reality when she was plucked from obscurity to play a starring role in Sean Baker's much buzzed about drama about a cross-generational friendship.