Lou Howe

Lou Howe‘s debut feature film, Gabriel, starring Rory Culkin, premiered in competition at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival and is released by Oscilloscope Films on June 19. The project was awarded an Annenberg Feature Film Grant by the Sundance Institute, as well as financial support from Cinereach, and was one of 10 projects selected for the IFP Narrative Labs. A graduate of Harvard and the MFA Directing program at the AFI Conservatory in Los Angeles, Howe was named one of Filmmaker magazine’s 25 New Faces of Independent Film for 2013.

 

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Talks

Lou Howe (Gabriel) Talks Sophie Barthes’ Madame Bovary

By Lou Howe | June 15, 2015

Lou Howe (Gabriel) Talks Sophie Barthes’ Madame Bovary

The latest take on Flaubert's classic prompts a filmmaker working on his second feature to ponder the pluses and perils of the adaptation process.

Lou Howe (Gabriel) Talks Sam Fleischner’s Stand Clear of the Closing Doors

By Lou Howe | May 20, 2014

Lou Howe (Gabriel) Talks Sam Fleischner’s Stand Clear of the Closing Doors

Watching Sam Fleischner's Stand Clear of the Closing Doors reminded me of why I think Michelangelo is full of shit.