The director of a delicate new holiday staple talks about how he became a Christmas tree salesman in order to make his feature debut.
In a casino town that's seen better days, the director bets on black - very, very black comedy for this mischievous mystery.
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A riveting turn from Karen Allen anchors this very special delivery from "The New Year Parade" director Tom Quinn.
The writer/director talks about this beautiful drama about a postmaster who worries not only for her own livelihood, but that of her community when her home office is set to be shut down.
At a time when Americans are losing their illusions about what kind of country they live in, the provocateur questions what it was to begin with.