Crispin Glover’s diverse acting career includes films that have reached iconic status (Back to the Future), critical acclaim (River’s Edge), and box office success (Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle). He reunites with Beowulf scribe Roger Avary in the stylized crime thriller Lucky Day, and during our conversation he talked about his acting career, reuniting with the Oscar winning Avary (Pulp Fiction), and the secret to coexisting with peacocks!
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The Colombia set thriller/epic Monos is my favorite film of this year, and during my interview with Julianne Nicholson she briefly discussed her #1 movie (Sydney Pollack’s Tootsie, which stars Dustin Hoffman). Take a listen below!
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Freaks is a sci-fi thriller that doesn’t depend on a $100 million budget to deliver the goods. Directed and penned by Zach Lipovsky and Adam Stein, the indie managed to attract an A-list cast, and the pair talked about the key to unlocking that important element in the video below!
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Directed and penned by Zach Lipovsky and Adam Stein, Freaks is a memorable and well executed sci-fi thriller about Chloe (Lexy Kolker), a 7-year-old girl who is led to believe by her father (Emile Hirsch) that the world outside their door is unsafe. Kolker delivers a knockout performance in the film, and co-stars Amanda Crew and Bruce Dern discuss what makes her a special actress!
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Cate Blanchett and Billy Crudup (After The Wedding) team up with director Richard Linklater for Where’d You Go Bernadette, a film that is adapted from Maria Semple’s bestselling novel.
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Love, Antosha is currently playing in New York and Los Angeles. Ahead of director Garrett Price and producer Drake Doremus’ planned Q&A session tonight at Quad Cinema (they are also doing two Q&A sessions on Saturday at the venue), they did a phoner to talk about their must see documentary.
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A melange of horror, film noir, and thriller elements, Every Time I Die is an ambitious narrative directed and co-penned by Robi Michael. I’m only going give the barebones description of the plot elements below to avoid spoilers, and Michael gave a pretty insightful look into his indie budgeted (but elaborately constructed) feature.
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Filmmaker/producer Jason Winer (Modern Family, Arthur) has a ton on his plate this days with the release of his indie romantic comedy Ode to Joy and the fall release of NBC’s Perfect Harmony (he’s an executive producer and also directed the pilot). During our interview, we talked about the inner workings of Ode to Joy, a New York set feature that is headlined by Martin Freeman (The Hobbit trilogy, Black Panther) and Morena Baccarin (Deadpool, Homeland)
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Written and directed by Casey Affleck, Light of My Life centers on Rag (Anna Pniowsky), an 11-year-old who has spent most of her life traveling with her father (Casey Affleck). A pandemic has led to a near extinction of women, and her father will go to all lengths to ensure Rag’s survival. My interview with Pniowsky, whose credits include the Hulu series PEN15 and the upcoming feature Judy Small, is below.
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In After The Wedding, Julianne Moore stars as Theresa, a philanthropist and head of high powered New York media company who has a ton of responsibilities on her plate. At the top of her list is her daughter’s (Abby Quinn) wedding in a few days as well as a meeting with Isabel (Michelle Williams), the woman who runs a financially strapped Kolkata orphanage. Theresa is more than just a benefactor to Isabel’s orphanage, and Isabel ultimately understands why she is forced to return to New York and forge an even deeper connection with Theresa’s family.
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