On opposite coasts, the fraternal writing/directing duo of "Cyrus" and "Baghead" show off different muscles this week with the premieres of a new documentary "Kevin" in Los Angeles and the comedy "True Adolescents" in New York.
On giving the "Boyhood" auteur his due with a career-spanning conversation with his collaborators.
The latest from the director of "Humpday" and "Your Sister's Sister" is her most masterful to date.
The writer/director talks about crafting a walk to remember with this bewitching romantic drama.
There's no sibling rivalry between the writing/directing duo behind "Cyrus," but they sure have fun with the idea in their new comedy, which they talk about with their cast.
The writer/director talks about taking a bold step forward with this tense drama about a 47-year-old who seeks solace in the company of an 11-year-old.
The director's second feature scores as a sensitive, playful comedy about a young, mentally disabled man who brings out the best in others.
On making the transition from scene-stealing actor to director of this clever kidnap-for-hire caper comedy, co-starring Taylor Schilling.
The "Laggies" director talks about the unexpected connections that keep her going and crafting, arguably, her finest film to date.