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Alex Arabian spoke with Jason Sudeikis on the red carpet of upcoming Netflix film Kodachrome at San Francisco International Film Festival, about working with

We sat down with documentary producers Yvonne Huff Lee and Jason Delane Lee of the Lagralane Group and chatted about their journey into film

It was absolutely inspiring to see so much strong female content at SXSW Conference and Festivals, and Family, the debut feature by Laura Steinel, was

We were able to talk with Marja-Lewis Ryan, Samantha Housman and Ross M. Dinerstein, the director and producers of the Netflix drama 6 Balloons.

Relying heavily on the personal over the historical, 1985 is a gripping reminder that the social drama need not be loud and tumultuous for

Most Likely to Murder may not reinvent the wheel of holiday films, but its subversion of the genre, especially its willingness to fully indict

The narrative debut of director Miranda Bailey, You Can Choose Your Family, is a misjudged dark comedy that earns enough goodwill through the committed

We spoke with the Jackie van Beek & Madeleine Sami, directors, writers and stars of upcoming New Zealand comedy The Breaker Upperers, about their

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