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Interview: Jane Adams (Co-Writer/Actress) & Sophia Takal (Actress) – ‘All the Light in the Sky’

Interview: Jane Adams (Co-Writer/Actress) & Sophia Takal (Actress) – ‘All the Light in the Sky’

Jane Adams (HBO’s Hung, The Anniversary Party and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind) stars as an actress living in Malibu who faces harsh realities of the industry as her age exempts her from more and more acting opportunities. Amidst this career and life crisis enters the actress’s niece, played by Sophia Takal (Green, Gabi on the Roof in July, and V/H/S), who arrives for a weekend stay

Factory 25 Acquires Joe Swanberg’s ‘All the Light in the Sky’

Factory 25 announced today that it has acquired director Joe Swanberg’s ‘All the Light in the Sky‘, his next film after the indie-breakthrough hit from earlier this year, ‘Drinking Buddies’. ‘All the Light in the Sky‘ features a leading performance from acclaimed veteran character actor Jane Adams (who is also currently filming MGM’s much-anticipated Poltergeist reimagining.)  Adams

Review: ‘A Teacher’

Written and Directed by Hannah Fidell Starring Lindsay Burdge, Will Brittain, Jennifer Prediger Read Our Interview w ‘A Teacher’ Director Hannah Fidel & Star Lindsay Burdge – HERE ‘A Teacher’ is a short, spare film that often withholds details. Whether through dim lighting or minimal character backstory, director Hanna Fidell’s story of a troubled high

Interview: Hannah Fidell (Director) & Lindsay Burdge (Actress) – ‘A Teacher’

Part psychological thriller and part provocative character study, ‘A TEACHER‘ explores the unraveling of a young high school teacher, Diana (Lindsay Burdge), after she begins an affair with one of her teenage students, Eric (Will Brittain). What starts as a seemingly innocent fling becomes increasingly complex and dangerous as the beautiful and confident Diana gets

Tribeca Filmmaker Profile: Matt Creed (Director – ‘Lily’)

Diagnosed with breast cancer and nearing the end of her treatment, ‘Lily‘ turns her focus to the rest of her life with newfound clarity. Wandering through atmospheric New York City streets, she reevaluates what she has built for herself, including her life with an older boyfriend and his children and her feelings about her long-absent

Interview: Benjamin Dickinson (Writer/Director – ‘First Winter) – Philip K. Dick International Film Festival

During a winter of record-breaking cold, a blackout of apocalyptic proportions strands a group of Brooklynites in a remote country farmhouse. At first, it’s a party: drugs, sex, and yoga. But as the days go on and the food supply dwindles, they turn against one another, and gradually are forced into a confrontation with their

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