Zoe Lister Jones
Zoe Lister-Jones and Daryl Wein’s latest feature will hit theaters and VOD in July.
Daryl Wein and Zoe Lister-Jones used Adobe Creative Cloud to help make their movie in the middle of the pandemic.
They discussed putting together a cast that includes everyone from Helen Hunt to Fred Armisen at the IndieWire Sundance Studio, presented by Adobe.
The multi-hyphenate again teams with her perennial partner Daryl Wein to offer up a sweet and strangely hopeful vision of the apocalypse.
The sequel to the beloved '90s cult classic packs a wallop of an ending that just might set up a much bigger franchise to come.
Zoe Lister-Jones' spin on the 1996 supernatural drama carves its own path while nodding firmly to the coven that started it all.
The filmmaker might have scared Hollywood brass with her forward-thinking hiring practices, but those same sensibilities made her a perfect fit to helm "The Craft: Legacy."
The "Band Aid" filmmaker will next take on a long-rumored reboot of the beloved 1996 witchy high school dramedy.
A behind-the-scenes moment turns awkward when Armisen suggests some last minute changes to a music video.
For her directorial debut, the filmmaker tried something radical: employing an all-female crew for her fun and fresh feature.
The Sundance comedy opens in theaters June 2 and on VOD June 9.
After years of strong television roles, Zoe Lister-Jones finds her voice in film with a comedy that asks if a song can save your marriage.
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