VIDEO: An Exclusive Interview with Judith Godrèche on ‘The Overnight’ Red Carpet at Tribeca

Judith Godrèche (Image Credit: Sean Torenli / The Daily Quirk)

Judith Godrèche (Image Credit: Sean Torenli / The Daily Quirk)

In Patrick Brice’s wacky, sexy comedy The Overnight, Alex (Adam Scott) and Emily (Taylor Schilling) have just moved to Los Angeles with their son when they meet Kurt (Jason Schwartzman) and Charlotte (Judith Godrèche) at the park with their own son and agree to a family “playdate” at the later’s home. The get together starts off unremarkably, with Alex and Emily impressed by the trappings of Kurt and Charlotte’s life, but once the kids fall asleep the night begins to take many unexpected and humorous turns.  Continue reading

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VIDEO: An Exclusive Interview with ‘The Overnight’ Writer/Director Patrick Brice at Tribeca

Patrick Brice (Image Credit: Sean Torenli / The Daily Quirk)

Patrick Brice (Image Credit: Sean Torenli / The Daily Quirk)

In Patrick Brice’s wacky, sexy comedy The Overnight, Alex (Adam Scott) and Emily (Taylor Schilling) have just moved to Los Angeles with their son when they meet Kurt (Jason Schwartzman) and Charlotte (Judith Godrèche) at the park with their own son and agree to a family “playdate” at the later’s home. The get together starts off unremarkably, with Alex and Emily impressed by the trappings of Kurt and Charlotte’s life, but once the kids fall asleep the night begins to take many unexpected and humorous turns.  Continue reading

VIDEO: Ethan Hawke, January Jones and Zoë Kravitz discuss ‘Good Kill’ on The Tribeca Red Carpet

Ethan Hawke (Image Credit: Sean Torenli / The Daily Quirk)

Ethan Hawke (Image Credit: Sean Torenli / The Daily Quirk)

In Andrew Niccol’s Good Kill, Ethan Hawke stars as Major Tommy Egan, an air combat veteran who now conducts missions as a drone pilot. Exploring the ethics of drone warfare, the film delves into the affect this new form of warfare has on Egan, but aslo on those around him. The Daily Quirk caught up with director/screenwriter Niccol and Hawke, along with co-stars January Jones and Zoë Kravitz on the red carpet at the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of Good Kill to talk about what drew them to the movie, their characters and what they hope audiences take away from the film! Check out the feature below! Continue reading

VIDEO: An Inside Look at the Tribeca Film Festival Red Carpet for ‘The Driftless Area’

Alia Shawkat (Image Credit: Sean Torenli / The Daily Quirk)

Alia Shawkat (Image Credit: Sean Torenli / The Daily Quirk)

In the film adaptation of Tom Drury’s The Driftless Area, Pierre Hunter (Anton Yelchin) returns to his home town after the death of his parents and quickly falls in love with an enigmatic girl named Stella (Zooey Deschanel), getting himself ensnared in a dangerous mystery. The Daily Quirk caught up with Drury along with director of The Driftless Area, Zachary Sluser, producer Keith Kjarval, and two of the film’s stars, Alia Shawkat and Benjamin Rogers, on the red carpet of the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of The Driftless Area, to discuss the metaphysical and mysterious love story. Check out the feature below!

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Actors declare themselves feminists, we declare that they rock!

Joseph Gordon-Levitt (Image Credit: Gage Skidmore)

Joseph Gordon-Levitt (Image Credit: Gage Skidmore)

Feminism is on the rise in Hollywood. Between Patricia Arquette’s rousing Oscars acceptance speech (which earned a cheer from Meryl Streep!) and Emma Watson’s HeforShe campaign, the time has come for Hollywood’s actors to stand up in solidarity for gender equality. Here are some who are joining the likes of Tina Fey, Shailene Woodley, Amy Poehler, Viola Davis and others. Continue reading

VIDEO: Jennifer Morrison and Josh Lawson give us the scoop on ‘Warning Labels’ at Tribeca

Jennifer Morrison and Josh Lawson (Image Credit: Chris Cuccia / The Daily Quirk)

Jennifer Morrison and Josh Lawson (Image Credit: Chris Cuccia / The Daily Quirk)

In the short film Warning Labels, Center For Disease Control co-workers, Gil (Josh Lawson) and Mindy (Karen Gillan), make plans to meet up for drinks with Gil hoping to make a romantic connection with Mindy and Mindy hoping to connect him with another girl, Jessie (Rose McIver), who Mindy’s boyfriend, Thad (Eric Christian Olsen), is a little too flirty with- got all that? If you need a little more clarification, we have it for you directly from Director Jennifer Morrision and star Josh Lawson! The Daily Quirk caught up with Morrison and Lawson on the red carpet at the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of Warning Labels, where they shared all the details on the film! Check out the feature below! Continue reading

VIDEO: Gabe Gibbs, Maggie Castle and Matthew Delamater discuss ‘Tumbledown’ on The Tribeca Red Carpet

Gabe Gibbs, Maggie Castle and Matthew Delamater (Image Credit: Sean Torenli / The Daily Quirk)

Gabe Gibbs, Maggie Castle and Matthew Delamater (Image Credit: Sean Torenli / The Daily Quirk)

In Sean Mewshaw and Desi Van Til’s comedic love story Tumbledown, widow Hannah’s (Rebecca Hall) already tenuous struggle to make a life for herself alone in a small Maine town, gets further turned upside down by the arrival of a New York reporter (Jason Sudeikis) intent on writing a biography of her late folksinger husband. What follows is nothing short of a touching look at life, love and loss. Continue reading

VIDEO: Jason Sudeikis discusses ‘Tumbledown’ on The Tribeca Red Carpet

Jason Sudeikis (Image Credit: Sean Torenli / The Daily Quirk)

Jason Sudeikis (Image Credit: Sean Torenli / The Daily Quirk)

In Sean Mewshaw and Desi Van Til’s comedic love story Tumbledown, Jason Sudeikis stars as brash New York reporter Andrew, who travels to a small Maine town to look into the mysterious death of a folksinger named Hunter for a biography he’s writing. After meeting Hunter’s widow, Hannah (Rebecca Hall), who has dreams of penning her own biography about her late husband, they agree to collaborate on the book. As they work together, they make discoveries not only about Hunter’s life, but what it means to be alive themselves.

The Daily Quirk caught up with Sudeikis on the red carpet at the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of Tumbledown, where he shared what drew him to the project, the film’s themes of love and loss, and what he hopes audiences take away from the film! Check out the feature below! Continue reading

VIDEO: An Exclusive Interview with ‘The Adderall Diaries’ Screenwriter/Director Pamela Romanowsky at The Tribeca Film Festival

Pamela Romanowsky (Image Credit: Sean Torenli / The Daily Quirk)

Pamela Romanowsky (Image Credit: Sean Torenli / The Daily Quirk)

In Pamela Romanowsky’s film adaptation of Stephen Elliott’s true crime memoir, The Adderall Diaries, James Franco stars as Elliott, a previously successful novelist who is struck with writer’s block and addicted to Adderall. In the midst of it all, Elliott becomes fascinated with a high-profile murder case to ignore his own personal struggles. The film follows Elliott’s life as he leaps towards a dark path while struggling to separate fact from fiction. Continue reading

VIDEO: Oliva Wilde, Reed Morano and Mark Feuerstein talk ‘Meadowland’ on the Tribeca Red Carpet

Olivia Wilde (Image Credit: Chris Cuccia / The Daily Quirk)

Olivia Wilde (Image Credit: Chris Cuccia / The Daily Quirk)

In Reed Morano’s haunting drama Meadowland, Olivia Wilde and Luke Wilson star as a disconnected couple devastated by the loss of their son. The Daily Quirk caught up with Morano and Wilde, along with co-stars Mark Feuerstein and Ty Simpkins on the red carpet at the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of Meadowland where they shared what drew them to the movie and their characters, as well as what it’s like to see the film at the festival! Check out the feature below!
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Alma Har’el discusses sharing her work in progress ‘LoveTrue’ at Tribeca Film Festival

Alma Har’el (Image Credit: Tribeca Film Festival)

Alma Har’el (Image Credit: Tribeca Film Festival)

Alma Har’el, director and cinematographer, returned to Tribeca Film Festival this year to show off her current project in the works, LoveTrue. The Daily Quirk was on the red carpet with Har’el and we’re bringing you the inside info. Continue reading

VIDEO: Amber Heard, Christian Slater and Pamela Romanowsky discuss ‘The Adderall Diaries’ on The Tribeca Red Carpet

Amber Heard on THE ADDERALL DIARIES Red Carpet (Image Credit: Sean Torneli / The Daily Quirk)

Amber Heard on THE ADDERALL DIARIES Red Carpet (Image Credit: Sean Torneli / The Daily Quirk)

Stephen Elliott’s true crime memoir comes to life in The Adderall Diaries starring James Franco, Amber Heard and Christian Slater, just to name a few. The Daily Quirk caught up with director/screenwriter Pamela Romanowsky along with actors Amber Heard and Christian Slater on the red carpet at the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of The Adderall Diaries to talk about what drew them to the movie, their characters and what it’s like to see the film at the festival! Check out the feature below! Continue reading

VIDEO: An Exclusive Interview with ‘Growing Up and Other Lies’ Writer/Directors Darren Grodsky and Danny Jacobs

Darren Grodsky and Danny Jacobs (Image Credit: Sean Torenli / The Daily Quirk)

Darren Grodsky and Danny Jacobs (Image Credit: Sean Torenli / The Daily Quirk)

Growing Up and Other Lies is the anti coming of age comedy of this generation. The film follows four friends in an epic adventure– walking the entire length of Manhattan in just one day. As their journey unfolds, so do many other issues of past, present and future concerns. The Daily Quirk sat down with the writer/directors of Growing Up and Other Lies, Darren Grodsky and Danny Jacobs, to bring you the inside info on what inspired the film, the impressive cast (Adam Brody, Amber Tamblyn and Jacobs play leading roles) and what it was like for long-time friends Grodsky and Jacobs to work on the project together. Check out the interview below! Continue reading

VIDEO: An Exclusive Interview with the Producers of ‘Miss India America’ at Cinequest

Saurabh Kikani and Megha Kadakia (Image Credit: Allison Anilao / The Daily Quirk)

Saurabh Kikani and Megha Kadakia (Image Credit: Allison Anilao / The Daily Quirk)

The Daily Quirk talked with Saurabh Kikani and Megha Kadakia, the producers of Miss India America, on the red carpet of the Cinequest Film Festival. The comedy, which made its world premiere at the festival, is about Lily’s attempt to win the beauty pageant “Miss India America” in order to try to win her boyfriend back. Watch the full interview below to hear Kadakia’s history with the screenwriter Meera Simha and why Kikani said the film “represents pure American independent filmmaking but also new South Asian American voices.”

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