A family emergency shows just how distant relatives can be in Drew Britton's pitch-black comedy.
First-time writer/director Patrick Underwood makes a strong first impression with a character study of a man at a crossroads.
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 director and star of this provocative character study about a woman looking for her absentee father on finding extraordinary in the ordinary.
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.
On the exciting prospect of letting her psychologically chilling directorial debut take on a life of its own.