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Natalie Dormer & Director Anthony Byrne on ‘In Darkness’

May 25, 2018 Web Exclusive

A blind pianist, Sofia (Natalie Dormer), lives alone in her London apartment. When the woman who lives above her – the daughter of an accused war criminal – is found dead in an apparent suicide, Sofia’s the only person who might be able to unveil the truth behind what happened. In Darkness was co-written by Dormer and director Anthony Byrne, who have been a longtime couple off-set. We spoke to the two about the collaborative process that went into the film.  More

Tribeca 2018: Nia DaCosta, director of “Little Woods”

May 07, 2018 Web Exclusive

Writer-director Nia DaCosta won the Tribeca Film Festival’s 2018 Nora Ephron Award, a highly prestigious prize bestowed each year upon a female, first-time filmmaker.  More

Tribeca 2018: Kate Micucci, Dan Harmon, and Vivieno Caldinelli on “7 Stages…”

May 04, 2018 Web Exclusive

Claire and Paul (Kate Micucci and Sam Huntington) are a young, Midwestern couple new to Los Angeles. They’ve landed a sweet deal on a nice apartment, but there’s a catch: a famous L.A. cult leader (Taika Waititi) once killed himself in their tub, and now his followers break into their apartment randomly (and frequently) to commit ritual suicide in their bath. More

Tribeca 2018: Molly Ringwald on ‘All These Small Moments’

May 03, 2018 Web Exclusive

In All These Small Moments, Molly Ringwald plays Carla Sheffield, a New York mother of two on the brink of divorce. She’s long fallen out of love with her husband (Bran d’Arcy James), who isn’t doing much himself to hide an extramarital affair. Her boys, Howie and Simon (Brendan Meyer and Sam McCarthy), are going through their own ordeals: Howie’s increasing obsession with an older woman (Jemima Kirke) who rides his bus has started to adversely affect his studies, while Simon is having difficulties coping with his parents’ crumbling marriage. More

Tribeca 2018: Filmmaker Melissa Miller on “All These Small Moments”

May 03, 2018 Web Exclusive

Melissa Miller’s feature filmmaking debut is a tenderly-executed family drama, a highly promising debut from a first-time writer-director. We spoke with her ahead of the film’s premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival. More

Tribeca 2018: Nadia Alexander and director Justin P. Lange on ‘The Dark’

May 02, 2018 Web Exclusive

Undead Mina (Nadia Alexander) haunts the forest around her childhood home. A traumatic past has turned her into a bloodthirsty monster, able to do nothing but kill – that is, until a blind boy her age (Toby Nichols) stumbles onto her hunting grounds while coping with a dark ordeal all his own. More

Tribeca 2018: Alysia Reiner and director Marianna Palka on “Egg”

May 01, 2018 Web Exclusive

Egg is directed by Marianna Palka, the actress and filmmaker most recently seen in the provocative indie sensation, Bitch.  Alysia Reiner is the star and co-producer of the film, and is known for her roles in television programs such as Orange is the New Black and Better Things, and films such as Sideways and Equity. More

Tribeca 2018: Mary Elizabeth Winstead and director Eva Vives on “All About Nina”

Apr 30, 2018 Web Exclusive

All About Nina is the feature debut from writer-director Eva Vives, who crafts in Nina a character who is disarmingly funny yet troublingly self-destructive. Mary Elizabeth Winstead is the star of such films as Smashed10 Cloverfield Lane, and Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. We spoke with the filmmaker and actress about their latest project, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. More

Actor Clancy Brown on the Heist Comedy “Supercon”

Apr 25, 2018 Web Exclusive

There can be only one Clancy Brown. Across his more than 250 film and TV credits, the hard-working actor has played highly memorable villains in such classics (cult or otherwise) as The Shawshank RedemptionHighlander, and the HBO series Carnivale. More