Manchester by the Sea director Kenneth Lonergan discusses his the film, the travails of bringing it to the screen, and the notion of “authenticity” and how it shapes his work.
This week we're joined by the absolutely delightful Toronto film journalist Sasha James!
On this week's episode of The Roundup, we’re joined by the absolutely lovely Alanna Bennett from Buzzfeed.
Manchester by the Sea proves to be an extremely engaging drama with terrific performances.
Clea DuVall’s Big Chill-inspired film The Intervention may not be overly ambitious, but it’s told with conviction and charm.
Win Z for Zachariah on Blu-ray/DVD courtesy of Dork Shelf and VVS Films!
Craig Zobel's Z For Zachariah didn't get much buzz at Sundance and is being dumped out with the summer dregs, but don't dismiss what might be one of the best films of 2015.
The Wolfpack has all the elements of a fun, feel good documentary, that is if you ignore all the missing pieces that really make it sad and misjudged.
Surely one of the most challenging entries in this year’s Hot Docs, Pervert Park dares to give a voice to and even strives to find empathy for a group of people who most viewers would rather pretend didn’t exist.
Don't let the name fool you, Indie Game: The Movie isn’t just something for gamers or geeks. The Kickstarter funded film follows several indie game designers as they struggle to complete their respective games - and it's a surprisingly familiar process. We sat down with filmmakers Lisanne Pajot and James Swirsky to discuss how they came to make a movie about game development, their Sundance success, and about some of the criticism that has been leveled at the film.