The married writer and director of the new comedy starring Melanie Lynskey as a woman trying to find the right balance after a divorce talk about hitting the right tone for their latest film.
After finishing up the crowdpleaser "The Young Kieslowski," the writer/director hopes the crowd will invest their passion in his followup, a Latina love story.
A lighthearted comedy that handles heavy subjects such as race and privilege with grace.
The actress-turned-writer/director on bringing sensitivity to behind the camera to this raucous comedy after an accomplished career in front of it.
The "Everybody Wants Some!!" star talks about playing grace notes as an actor and on his guitar in starring as a singer/songwriter in this rollicking road trip comedy.
A soldier's ongoing deployment overseas leads to an ever-widening distance between the wife and daughter he leaves back home in this compelling drama from the director of "Eden."
On taking control of her career and doing improv.
The prolific director talks about the intersection between his personal and professional life that led to his latest film, the influence of Paul Mazursky and why women are where it's at right now.
The director's second feature scores as a sensitive, playful comedy about a young, mentally disabled man who brings out the best in others.
The co-writer of "Blue Ruin" and "Green Room" talks about stepping up to the director's chair with a rip-roaring tale of vengeance with a conscience.
The director's follow-up to "Coldwater," based on Jim Shepard's novel "Project X," is an unflinching look at what drives a middle-schooler to plot an attack.
The director talks about creating a nuanced portrait of young friends growing apart and the roots of school violence in this fine drama starring Justin Long and Melanie Lynskey.