Denial is the true story of Emory professor Deborah Lipstadt’s court battle with a Holocaust denier almost 20 years ago. The movie’s release would have been perfect if it had come out closer to Yom HaShoah rather than the fall round of Jewish holidays but the September release will leave the film in the minds of the many Oscar voters. Directed by Mick Jackson from a screenplay written by David Hare and based on Lipstadt’s…"Denial: The Holocaust on Trial"
Produced, edited, written and directed by Benjamin Cox, Better Off Single stars Aaron Tveit, Abby Elliott, Lauren Miller Rogen, Kal Penn, Shane McRae, Kelen Coleman, Annaleigh Ashford, with Lewis Black and Chris Elliott. To put it simply, this is a New York City dating comedy and the main focus is Charlie Carroll (Tveit). He’s seeing a therapist. He also just quit his job and broke up with his girlfriend, Angela (Abby Elliott), on the same…"Better Off Single: A Hallucination-Filled Dating Comedy"
If you are a fan of improv comedy, Don’t Think Twice is a movie that was made for you. Written and Directed by Mike Birbiglia, the writer-director-comedian stars alongside Keegan-Michael Key, Gillian Jacobs, Kate Micucci, Tami Sagher, and Chris Gethard. The aforementioned actors portray members of an improv group called The Commune, a sit-in for the premiere team or show at any theater across the country. They are all friends as any member of an…"Don’t Think Twice: An Improv Film for the Ages"