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Martha Stephens

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    Exclusive: The Complete and '80s-Awesome Soundtrack for 'Land Ho' Will Make You Happy

    It's exactly the pick-me-up you need at the end of such a tough week.

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    Land Ho!

    'Land Ho!' filmmakers Martha Stephens and Aaron Katz created a stir with this one at Sundance, however…

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    Review: Martha Stephens And Aaron Katz's 'Land Ho! Is Easy To Admire, Yet Restrained

    Disenchanted, though you wouldn’t know it at first, the lively and unruly Mitch is aware that his favorite ex-brother-in-law—the mild mannered Colin—is in the dumps following the demise of his second marriage. Having recently retired from life as a doctor, Mitch drops by to tell Colin he has a surpr...

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    Does Iceland Deserve a Better Movie? Examining the Landscape of 'Land Ho!'

    "Land Ho!" is an enjoyable movie, but does it do justice to the Icelandic scenery?

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    July 2014 Film Preview

    July is all about "Tammy" and "Lucy" and "Gabrielle."

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    Sundance Review: Aaron Katz & Martha Stephens’ ‘Land Ho!’ Is A Charming Minor Work

    Disenchanted, though you wouldn’t know it at first, the lively and unruly Mitch is aware that his favorite ex-brother-in-law—the mild mannered Colin—is in the dumps following the demise of his second marriage. Having recently retired from life as a doctor, Mitch drops by to tell Colin he has a surpr...

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    Sundance Review: How the Road Trip Dramedy 'Land Ho,' From Aaron Katz and Martha Stephens, Transcends Clichés

    Indie road trip comedies are perhaps the worst cliché of low budget American filmmaking, but "Land Ho!," the story of two aging men on a meandering vacation in Iceland, provides a notable exception.

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    Sundance Women Directors: Meet Martha Stephens

    "Make the movies you want to make, not the movies you're expected to make just because you're female."

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