Kim A. Snyder’s Newtown examines the current spate of gun violence by presenting the families who have been most affected by it. Three years removed from the
In every film, there is the story that you knew you were telling, the story the audience perceives. But there is always some other story, a secret story. It
Romcom lead, sitcom star, indie champion… Ryan Reynolds can turn his hand to almost any role. But can he make a foul-mouthed comic-book antihero lovable?
Having made his Sundance debut with the short film Close. in 2011, filmmaker Tahir Jetter returned with his debut feature, How To Tell You’re A Douchebag — a
Developing a documentary about the murder of an innocent photojournalist at the hands of ISIS would be an emotional experience for any first-time feature
Ed Lachman has been the director of photography on a long list of visually stunning movies. He has worked repeatedly with director Todd Haynes. This year he is