Jody Lee Lipes' delightful ballet documentary delves into the intricacies of the creative process.
Jody Lee Lipes
Lance Edmands' fragile, arthouse-bound debut is a mournful throwback to more poetically inclined times.
Producer Judd Apatow told journalists it's OK not to like the characters in "Girls," and thank God for that. Self-absorbed and self-indulgent, these slightly adrift twentysomethings have completely…
With a heavy heart and even heavier hand, Stephen Daldry addresses the tragedy of 9/11 through the experience of a boy struggling to accept the death of his father.
Lensers discuss visually framing the tortured psyches behind a handful of dark dramas
It's been a heady year for Borderline Films, the shingle launched by three ambitious NYU film students whose latest pic "Martha Marcy May Marlene" opened last weekend to a promising $137,000 from…
Last year, Jody Lee Lipes became a guinea pig for indie filmmakers everywhere when he jumped at the chance to lense fellow Lena Dunham's "Tiny Furniture" on a consumer-grade SLR camera.
Heralds the arrival of talented tyro Sean Durkin and promising new star Elizabeth Olsen.
When budding filmmaker Lena Dunham was looking for an affordable camera system to shoot her new movie, "Tiny Furniture," she was pleased to find out that her editor, Lance Edmands, already had…
The outlook is getting sunnier for "Winter's Bone," as the bleak drama scored seven Spirit Award nominations on the heels of winning the top trophies at the Gotham Awards.
Revitalizes the piece's choreography through inventive use of out-of-the-way Gotham locales and brilliant camerawork.