Hannah Marks is back with her newest film, Mark, Mary & Some Other People, about newlyweds exploring relationships with others. After reuniting at a convenience story, Mark (Ben Rosenfield) and Mary (Hayley Law) end up getting married. That may be fine and all but early on, they decide to explore “ethical non-monogamy.” Mary is the one that wants to explore an open marriage and surprisingly, Mark is on board with this. Is this the best…"Mark, Mary & Some Other People – Tribeca 2021"
Spontaneous is an explosive coming-of-age comedy where no day is even guaranteed for anyone attending Covington High School. Aaron Starmer’s novel gets the small screen treatment in Brian Duffield’s adaptation. While the novel was first published four years ago, the story being told is very much on brand for 2020. Imagine going to high school and witnessing your friends exploding to death with blood landing everywhere. The amount of clothing that needs to be washed…"Spontaneous: An Explosive Coming-Of-Age Comedy"
The post-college fears are as real as ever in Carly Stone’s feature directorial debut, The New Romantic. How far would somebody go if it means taking home a journalism award that comes with a nice cash prize to boot? This is the task at hand for college senior Blake Conway (Jessica Barden). She’s writing for the school newspaper but with her being a hopeless romantic, the interest in her columns just isn’t what it used…"SXSW 2018: The New Romantic"