A relationship drama for our times takes on thrilling proportions.
A sendup of hipster culture and the highminded art world, Michael M. Bilandic's amusing second feature has far more to offer than what it spoofs.
Intended to be filmed before the Greta Gerwig comedy "The Dish and the Spoon," Alison Bagnall is turning to the crowd to help fund a longtime passion project about the love triangle that forms between a fiery female animal activist and two men falling out of touch with the world.
On the eve of his highest profile film to date, the moviemaker is enjoying a weekend-long retrospective of his work in San Francisco and shares his thoughts on the technology that made it possible and how he's evolved as an artist.
A smartly-conceived exploration of female relationships and jealousy, this first feature makes for a tense, thought-provoking debut.
A first-time feature director tries his hand at an '80s-style, Zulawski-esque tale of destabilizing fear.
A filmmaker talks about healing from a bad breakup with the help of his two families, the one linked by blood and the one by art, in an intimate drama that recently made its debut at the L.A. Film Fest.
On the inspiration of having no inspiration for the funny and popular short about the end of the world that debuts on the big screen in Austin this week.
A lyrical nailbiter reminiscent of "Badlands," the directorial debut of Amy Seimetz holds more than its share of surprises, and while we don't spoil them, we got the director and her two leads to spill on the production.
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