The cinematographer-turned-director talks about how a loaned copy of Dean Bakopoulos' novel from James Franco led to this coming-of-age drama.
The actor's unvarnished look at the week leading up to an "SNL" taping is finally available on Hulu and it was worth the wait.
Though it may be the point, the gluttony of a spring break gone wrong bleeds into the "Trash Humpers" depiction of it, proving sometimes there can be too much of a good thing.
The director on following a story thread from his documentary "Fixer: The Taking of Ajmal Naqshbandi" for his narrative feature debut and discovering the foreignness of the place he considered home.
The director opens up on his autobiography and the impossible films he made after climbing the A-List with “The Exorcist” and “The French Connection.”
The actor who once played James Dean becomes a director of the story about the final day of his famous friend in a film that lives and dies by its own limited scope.