Nicole Holofcener
Hurts So Good
"I wish that so many movies were a half hour shorter."
She'd Never Hurt Your Feelings
The co-star of Nicole Holofcener's "You Hurt My Feelings" talks about how casting really works, Marvel checking her avails, and hanging with the teens.
Nicole Holofcener, Ken Burns and Lynn Novick, and Jenny Han will be celebrated in the Screenwriters Tribute, while Pixar's "Elemental" will be among the opening day screenings.
Tobias Menzies co-leads Nicole Holofcener's first feature in a decade.
"It can be total nails on a chalkboard if you're not with the right person," Louis-Dreyfus said of why the dark comedy works well.
Film Review
Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Michaela Watkins are stellar as sisters still learning how marriage works (or doesn't), but despite that hefty theme, the film often feels far too lightweight.
The new HBO comedy series is produced and directed by Nicole Holofcener.
The filmmaker behind “Friends with Money” and “Enough Said” has devoted her career to creating multidimensional lead characters. That continues with her latest, "The Land of Steady Habits."
Despite Ben Mendelsohn's wonderful turn as a relatively normal divorcee, Nicole Holofcener's Netflix movie is a contrived character study.
The director of "Enough Said" talks about how watching director Mike Leigh cut through pretense encouraged her to do the same.
Fall TV Preview: The shift from film to TV continues this season with more filmmakers — from Woody Allen to Ava Duvernay — set to make their mark on the small screen.
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