Director Interviews


Tribeca 2016: Five Questions with AWOL Director Deb Shoval


The love story of Deb Shoval’s AWOL plays out against the backdrop of a depressed coal town in Pennsylvania. The protagonist is Joey (Lola Kirke), a plucky 19-year-old who sees the Army as the only way out of town until she falls for Rayna…  Read more

By Apr 15, 2016

Report from the Green Room Cast and Crew Premiere in Portland

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It was a homecoming of sorts for Green Room writer-director Jeremy Saulnier, actors Anton Yelchin, Imogen Poots, Macon Blair and other members of the local cast and crew when they attended a special screening of the film at The Hollywood Theatre in…  Read more

By Apr 11, 2016

5 Questions for Raising Bertie Director Margaret Byrne

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Raising Bertie follows three young men over the course of five years as they grow into adulthood in Bertie County, a rural African-American-led community in North Carolina. Director Margaret Byrne had originally set out to make a short film about…  Read more

By Apr 8, 2016

SXSW: Interactive Documentary EXIT: A Mobile Guide to the Post Apocalypse


Audiences are slowly growing accustomed to watching films on their phones — and even watching movies shot on phones — but what about projects made explicitly for phones? Today at Convergence at SXSW, in a session entitled “Cinematic Apocalypse: Storytelling for Smartphones,” audiences will…  Read more

By Mar 14, 2016

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