Leslye Headland’s directorial debut Bachelorette utilizes a flawless cast — including Kirsten Dunst, Lizzy Caplan, James Marsden and Adam Scott — to perfectly, and viciously, capture the bridesmaid experience.
During the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, comedian turned writer and director Mike Birbiglia led a hilarious discussion of his autobiographical romantic comedy Sleepwalk With Me.
Ice-T’s directorial debut Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap is an enjoyable, and educational, guided tour of hip-hop, courtesy of many of the giants of the artform.
In a Q&A at the Sundance Film Festival, director Lee Toland Krieger talked about Celeste and Jesse Forever, which stars Rashida Jones and Andy Samberg as a quirky couple trying to remain friends during their divorce.
Writer-director-actor Josh Radnor sat down at the Sundance Film Festival for a Q&A about his sophomore feature Liberal Arts, about a guidance counselor who returns to his alma mater, where he falls for a much-younger college student.
An adaptation of Wake the Dead, the 2004 horror comic by Steve Niles and Chee, will be among the first projects produced by Slasher Films, a new company launched by famed guitarist Slash.
Kevin Smith has released a teaser for his first horror movie Red State, which centers on fundamentalism taken to the extreme. The movie, which stars Michael Angarano, Kerry Bishe, Nicholas Braun, Kyle Gallner, John Goodman, Melissa Leo, Michael Parks, Kevin Pollak and Stephen Root, premieres next month at Sundance.