Patrick Brice

Patrick Brice was born in Grass Valley, Ca. He holds a BFA in Film/Video from California Institute of the Arts (CalArts). His first film, Creep, premiered at the 2014 SXSW Film Festival and released in 2015 by Netflix. His second film as writer/director, The Overnight, premiered at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival and was distributed by The Orchard. He lives and works in Los Angeles.

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Talks

Patrick Brice (The Overnight) Talks with Miguel Arteta (Beatriz at Dinner) for the Talkhouse Podcast

By Patrick Brice | August 10, 2017

Patrick Brice (The Overnight) Talks with Miguel Arteta (Beatriz at Dinner) for the Talkhouse Podcast

The two directors, both currently making movies for the Duplass brothers, talk about their upcoming projects, parenthood, Trump, and more.

Talkhouse Film Contributors Remember Jonathan Demme

By Filmmakers | April 27, 2017

Talkhouse Film Contributors Remember Jonathan Demme

Allison Anders, Charlie McDowell, John Krokidas and more pay tribute to the late Oscar-winning director of The Silence of the Lambs.

“Never Make Another Movie Again”: Filmmakers Choose Their Favorite Negative User Reviews

By Filmmakers | March 22, 2016

“Never Make Another Movie Again”: Filmmakers Choose Their Favorite Negative User Reviews

Talkhouse Film contributors dig around on IMDb, Amazon, Netflix and more to find the most hilariously outspoken takes on their movies.

“Never Make Another Movie Again”: Filmmakers Choose Their Favorite Negative User Reviews

By Filmmakers | March 22, 2016

“Never Make Another Movie Again”: Filmmakers Choose Their Favorite Negative User Reviews

Talkhouse Film contributors dig around on IMDb, Amazon, Netflix and more to find the most hilariously outspoken takes on their movies.

The People v. O.J. Simpson is a Decadent Gumbo of Tabloid Excess and Cultural Commentary

By Patrick Brice | March 18, 2016

The People v. O.J. Simpson is a Decadent Gumbo of Tabloid Excess and Cultural Commentary

Patrick Brice makes a case for the thrillingly playful (and human) true-crime show from Ryan Murphy and writers Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski.

Patrick Brice (The Overnight) Talks Colin Hanks’ All Things Must Pass

By Patrick Brice | October 22, 2015

Patrick Brice (The Overnight) Talks Colin Hanks’ All Things Must Pass

For a former employee of the beloved music store chain, this documentary on Tower Records brings back memories.

Patrick Brice (The Overnight) Talks Brad Peyton’s San Andreas

By Patrick Brice | June 1, 2015

Patrick Brice (The Overnight) Talks Brad Peyton’s San Andreas

One of the breakthrough filmmakers of Sundance 2015 basks in the sheer scale of destruction — and sheer size of The Rock — in this new disaster movie.