Posts Tagged ‘IIFF’
Leah Meyerhoff, writer/director of "I Believe in Unicorns," talks about making her first feature film while still a NYU grad student.
A funny and smart look at New York City Millennial women flailing and failing to make it to the beach, and through life.
Spare and bleak, "Bluebird" is about a life-changing event in a blue-collar community, and how it reverberates through various lives.
There's not a whole lot of story to "I Believe in Unicorns," but the evocative imagery and convincing performances buoy it along.
"Kumiko the Treasure Hunter" is the sort of movie destined to be loved by critics, and not many others.
A one-man road trip movie, "Big Significant Things" heralds a mature star-making performance by Harry Lloyd.
Liv and Ingmar is a film about passion, love and the enduring connection two spirits can have. It is wonderfully romantic yet tragically sad.
Merete Mueller, co-director of the documentary "TINY: A Story About Living Small," talks about making the film and her personal journey.
A heartwarming, albeit cornball, documentary about the life of the ever-diminishing 12-month Santa.
Despite giving away an important plot twist in the opening sequence, "Gofer" oozes genuine drama.
Writer/director Dan Hartley talks about making his semi-autobiographical drama, "Lad: A Yorkshire Story."
Andrew Cohn, co-director of the documentary "Medora" about a small-town Indiana high school basketball team, talks about making the film.