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How 'The Nowhere Inn' Turns From Mockumentary Into a Throwback Thriller

'The Nowhere Inn' star St. Vincent is joined by co-star Carrie Brownstein and director Bill Benz to outline how their mockumentary-style drama turns into a horror-thriller that explores an artist's narcissism.
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24 Jan. 2020
The IMDb Studio at Acura Festival Village
Kevin Smith returns to host IMDb's exclusive coverage of the Sundance Film Festival from The IMDb Studio at Acura Festival Village. Stay tuned for breaking news, and an advance look at the top films, filmmakers, and celebrities at the event.
 
24 Jan. 2020
Why 'Ironbark' Star Rachel Brosnahan Is All About the Period Piece
Rachel Brosnahan joins her 'Ironbark' director Dominic Cooke and co-star Merab Ninidze to explore the connection between the fantasy and period piece genres as they detail their story of a Cold War spy working to prevent the Cuban Missile Crisis.
 
24 Jan. 2020
How 'Wander Darkly' Was Forged in Real Tragedy
Director Tara Miele shares the harrowing personal experience that informed her drama 'Wander Darkly' with stars Sienna Miller and Diego Luna.
 
24 Jan. 2020
Director Eugene Kotlyarenko and the Stars of 'Spree' Talk Indie Collaboration
On the night of their 2020 Sundance premiere, director Eugene Kotlyarenko and stars Joe Keery, Sasheer Zamata, and David Arquette go deep with host Kevin Smith on the collaborative joys of making a modern indie film in 'Spree.'
 
25 Jan. 2020
'Palm Springs' Script Made Andy Samberg Genuinely LOL
Surreal comedic circumstances bring Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti together in 'Palm Springs.' Learn why Samberg was attracted to the script and game to star for director Max Barbakow.
 
25 Jan. 2020
How 'Four Good Days' Tackles Addiction and the Mother-Daughter Dynamic
Mila Kunis, Glenn Close, and director Rodrigo Garcia discuss tackling the subject of addiction and the "explosive" relationship between a mother and daughter that they shine a light on in 'Four Good Days.‘
 
25 Jan. 2020
Why the 'Downhill' Cast Loves One Another ... and Will Never Work Together Again
Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Will Ferrell head up the fantastic cast of 'Downhill.' Laugh along with the cast and filmmakers as they rib one another at the IMDb Studio at Acura Festival Village at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival.
 
26 Jan. 2020
Star Julia Garner Talks the 'Terrifying' Challenge of Making 'The Assistant'
How do you approach making a #MeToo era film that is sadly relevant across industries? 'The Assistant' writer/director Kitty Green and star Julia Garner discuss their 2020 Sundance entry, which focuses on a young woman in a toxic work environment, and the care that goes into making "a quiet film" when the "subject is very loud.“
 
26 Jan. 2020
'The Nest' Shows the Secrets of an American Family in the '80s
Writer/Director Sean Durkin mined his personal history for his movie 'The Nest,' a drama that traces the downfall of an American family who move to an English country manor to pursue a business opportunity.
 
26 Jan. 2020
Why 'Uncle Frank' Is a Deeply Personal Film for Director Alan Ball
Alan Ball shares the personal inspiration for his new movie, 'Uncle Frank,' the 1970s-set story of a man who introduces his family to his lover, Walid, as they travel to South Carolina for a funeral.
 
26 Jan. 2020
How 'The Nowhere Inn' Turns From Mockumentary Into a Throwback Thriller
'The Nowhere Inn' star St. Vincent is joined by co-star Carrie Brownstein and director Bill Benz to outline how their mockumentary-style drama turns into a horror-thriller that explores an artist's narcissism.
 

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