Recites her own poetry in the film, Taos (2008). While writing it, she had a vision of a dream sequence taking place in the desert. Excited and unable to sleep, she called director, Brandon Schmid, at three in the morning and pitched him her idea. He turned it down. However, her inspiration for and belief in the scene were so strong that Lora persisted for weeks that her dream sequence be shot. She even took Brandon out to dinner one night during the shoot to convince him. He gave in, and on the last day of filming took a 2nd unit camera crew out in the desert to shoot Lora’s vision, which is now one of the film’s highlights.
Nick Kroll is a stand-up comedian, actor, director, writer, producer, voice artist, and comedian. He is known for “Big Mouth,” “The Oh, Hello Show,” portraying Rodney Ruxin in “The League,” and for creating and starring in “Kroll Show.” As a film actor, Kroll has had supporting roles in “I Love You, Man,” “Date Night,” “Get […]
Two of the most buzzed and ridiculously fun films from Sundance 2020 came out of the U.S. Dramatic Competition program, a pair of movies that I can’t wait for the rest of the world to see. Neither is perfect, but both have that kinetic energy that gets people talking. It’s no surprise that one came […]
Pilou Asbæk graduated from The Danish National School of Performing Arts in 2008. In the same year, he played the leading role in Niels Arden Oplev’s drama Worlds Apart. In 2010 he had his breakthrough as the inmate Rune in Lindholm & Noer’s prison drama R for which he won the prize for Best actor […]