Dating & New York’s Jonah Feingold on how dyslexia and Spielberg’s misunderstood masterpiece made him the filmmaker he is today.
Director Jonathan Levine on the movies/other things that inspired (or didn’t) his latest slam-dunk cinematic experience, in theaters now.
Can this New York City-set post-hipster romantic comedy succeed in giving us that gooey high we want?
The veteran writer/producer turned director asks why one of our most beloved movie genres is currently in such a perilous state.
A light-hearted love story featuring characters in their fifties -- could this be a post-rom-com? Or even a revisionist rom-com?