Cutting his teeth as a stunt actor, Edgerton managed to wedge his foot in the door in the biz at the tender age of 18.
Slant caught up with Egoyan to discuss what he thinks of Sarah Polley stepping behind the camera and the most difficult moment of his filmmaking career.
A couple of brief but info-packed extras complement the Shine director’s latest weepy, true-life adaptation.
A somewhat amusing yet trite example of the modern-day screwball comedy.
Teems discusses the intricacies of That Evening Sun’s characters and the difficulties of raising money for a small, character-driven film.
Scherfig reflects on the film industry in Denmark, her love of Peter Sarsgaard, and more.