Magnolia Pictures has acquired Bradley Rust Gray's Jack & Diane, which will have its world premiere in the "narrative" section of the forthcoming Tribeca Film Festival in NY.
"Tomboy Jack and bubbly Diane fall head over heels in love one hot summer in New York City. When Diane reveals she must leave the city for school in Europe, their budding love is tested. Weaving horror elements into a distinctive and fresh yet timeless and universal first-love story, TFF alum Bradley Rust Gray (The Exploding Girl) brings his unique vision to this idiosyncratic story of the joys and terrors of first love.
Last month the mighty MPAA struck down a favorable R-rating upon Bradley Rust Gray's lesbian werewolf film JACK AND DIANE. Which we're grateful for. Now that it's poised to make its world premiere at Tribeca this month, Vulture has ... Read Post
Director Bradley Rust Gray’s “Jack and Diane” isn’t exactly about the two American kids that John Mellencamp, then John Cougar, introduced us to in 1982. In fact, Mellencamp said he isn’t thrilled by the title of the horror/romance ... Read Post