In his feature film debut, Nancy, Please, director Andrew Semans has created a slyly disturbing tragicomedy that explores how a life strategy built around wallowing in one's own victimhood can lead to a rapid, and quite mortifying, undoing.
Writers tackling the screenplays of their own film adaptations can be a tricky business. Over the years, they've been hit or miss. After all, the writers who created the world's that these films want to explore are often quite attac... Read Post
Writer and Director Bryan Goluboff puts his own spin on the teen-angst genre with Beware of Gonzo. Three of its stars sat down to discuss entities that helped create their characters. Read Post
Federico Fellini once said about cinema that "it's not just an art form; it's actually a new form of life with its own rhythms, cadences, perspectives and transparencies." If that is true, then a film festival is a magnificent celeb... Read Post