With rat-a-tat repertee between dysfunctional siblings serving as the launchpad for a rollicking family comedy, the director of "Dogfight" and "True Love" comes roaring back to the screen after nearly a decade away and talks about the freedom of new technology and shooting in the most cramped of confines.
Tom Skerritt shines as a widower looking to make an exit until he starts letting others in.
Mira Sorvino gets a rare chance to show off her comic chops in this reckless and rollicking comedy about sisters with secrets from "Dogfight" director Nancy Savoca.
The first-time director talks about looking back at the awkward moment of being thrust into adulthood without yet growing up and the benefits of inexperience on his assured debut feature.
On creating a compassionate space on screen to process grief with this compelling drama starring Tom Skerritt.