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Watch: Solve the Anti-Mystery of 'The Missing Girl' in Exclusive Tiff Trailer

12 August 2015 11:01 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Read More: Toronto International Film Festival Reveals Midnight Madness and Vanguard Slate, Including 'Love,' 'Hardcore' and 'Green Room' Robert Longstreet, known for starring in "The Catechism Cataclysm" and being featured in "Ain't Them Bodies Saints" and "Take Shelter." embodies the loneliness of a late bloomer in "The Missing Girl."  The synopsis reads: "'The Missing Girl' tells the story of Mort, the lonely and disillusioned owner of a comic book shop, and Ellen, the emotionally disruptive, aspiring graphic novelist he's hired. The story involves the search for a girl who isn’t missing and the discovery that it's never too late for late bloomers." The film also stars Alexia Rasmussen, Eric Laden, Thomas Jay Ryan, Shirley Knight, Kevin Corrigan and Sonja Sohn. "The Missing Girl" will have its world premiere at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival in the Vanguard section. The festival runs from »

- Kaeli Van Cott

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Kent Osborne Explains the Crazy Logic Behind 'Uncle Kent 2' and the 'Adventure Time' Connection

18 June 2015 10:09 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Read More: 'Uncle Kent 2' is the Craziest Movie Sequel Ever "Uncle Kent," Joe Swanberg's lighthearted 2011 portrait of Los Angeles-based animator Kent Osborne, wasn't exactly screaming for a sequel. But "Uncle Kent 2," which screens in New York at BAMCinemaFest on Saturday following its premiere at SXSW in May, isn't your average sequel. The bizarre project is directed by Todd Rohal, whose loopy "The Catechism Cataclysm" and "The Guatemalan Handshake" display a penchant for surreal, sometimes disorienting humor and baffling sight gags. "Uncle Kent 2," which Osborne wrote, follows suit, while also mocking the idea of sequels and playing with its lead character's creative block. The movie opens — in a segment directed by Swanberg — with Osborn himself pitching the premise for the sequel. The ensuing odyssey finds Osborn coping with a hilariously annoying song stuck in his head, an unsettling journey to Comic Con and possibly the end. »

- Eric Kohn

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SXSW Exclusive: Follow The Finger In This Hilarious Clip From Todd Rohal's 'Uncle Kent 2'

14 March 2015 9:27 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

We live in an era of sequels and franchises, but even we have to admit that we never expectedJoe Swanberg's little 2011 indie flick, "Uncle Kent," would ever get a followup. While it has, don't expect anything straightforward from director Todd Rohal ("The Catechism Cataclysm," "The Guatamelan Handshake"), who takes the reins from Swanberg and leads the narrative into wild, unexpected places. Kent Osborne returns from the first film, playing himself, as he pitches Swanberg on an idea for a sequel for "Uncle Kent." The director turns it down and Osborne soon tumbles into a surreal journey of his own mad mind. In this exclusive clip, a doctor, played by Steve Little, tries to help with his own curious, hilarious examination. And if you like this scene, check out Eric Kohn's review at Indiewire, where he calls it "a defiantly unconventional crowdpleaser." Check the schedule — "Uncle Kent 2" has two more screenings at. »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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SXSW Film Review: ‘Uncle Kent 2’

13 March 2015 7:01 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

An unthinkably self-indulgent sequel whose primary comic conceit is that it’s an unthinkably self-indulgent sequel, “Uncle Kent 2″ — or “Uncle Kent 2!” onscreen — is such an inside joke that it’s difficult to imagine an audience for it beyond an enabling circle of friends. The grating solipsism is, of course, central to the ostensible humor of Todd Rohal’s slapdash sci-fi comedy, a follow-up to Joe Swanberg’s 2011 indie that finds Kent Osborne (who is credited as the writer and stars as a version of himself) facing an imminent apocalypse at a San Diego comic convention. While “Uncle Kent 2″ ekes out a few funny moments over its brief running time, the movie is far less formally accomplished than Richard Kelly’s similar end-of-the-world chronicles — or even the guerrilla Disney World/Disneyland production “Escape From Tomorrow,” which it sometimes recalls. A bow at SXSW, whose attendees might have a higher-than-average fluency with the Swanberg-verse, »

- Ben Kenigsberg

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