The legendary New York-based casting wizard talks about finding movie stars before they're movie stars and the importance of scrutinizing every decision to make the best film.
On how a note slipped under the door led to a stirring character study of a Hasidic woman struggling to determine the source of her STD.
The two stars talk about the thaw of a relationship between reunited childhood friends in this SXSW-selected dark comedy set in New Hampshire in the winter.
Having worked on several memorable films as an editor in the past few years such as Tiny Furniture and Brock Enright: Good Times Will Never Be the Same, the filmmaker returns to Maine to make one of his own as a director.
The director and star talk about exorcising their demons in the horror comedy hit of SXSW.
A clever narrative feature debut from "Darkon" director Andrew Neel, this sharp, darkly funny character study of a fame-hungry teen over the course of 24 hours turns the ubiquitous nature of handheld media in on itself.