The filmmaker discusses finding the right cinematic language for this story of an aspiring speech pathologist who struggles to communicate.
The co-directors long awaited follow-up to "Funeral Kings" will have you not believing what you're seeing — in a good way.
A thoroughly deranged satire of suburban life and repressed ambition makes total sense under the solid and fresh direction of a multitalented duo.
An emotionally volatile cop veers from the ridiculous to the sublime following his mother’s death in this most arresting feature debut from actor/writer/director Jim Cummings.
The co-directors talk about creating an algorithm to take on a Hollywood system paralyzed in fear of stepping away from what their own are telling them.
How an innovative production company has found the answer to what a 21st studio should look like by asking the right questions for a filmmaker needs.
The writer/director/star of the SXSW Grand Jury Prize-winning comedy talks about his single-minded pursuit to make a truly unforgettable feature debut.
The real-life couple talks about taking their relationship onscreen in this beguiling short about a couple's defining moment.
As fearsome a serial killer may be in a small town, it may be no worse than a cop's personal issues in the "Thunder Road" director's smart and subversive twist on horror.
The filmmaker talks about finding a sly way into a subject few want to discuss with this clever comedy.
The director of "Thunder Road" talks about how he plans to use the success of his debut to spread the wealth of his experience to other filmmakers looking to expand their shorts to features.
The director of the Sundance-winning short on the pain, pleasure and perfection behind a cop dancing at his mother's funeral.