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The Coveteur profiles Supermarché

Before the term ‘catfishing’ was part of the general lexicon, Ariel Schulman and Henry Joost were two aspiring filmmakers who picked up a camera to capture a young man named Nev (Ariel’s brother) in his online dating exploits.

Edgar Wright’s “Baby Driver” hits theatres June 28th

The director behind Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz is back with a new action comedy starring Ansel Elgort, Lily James, Jamie Foxx, Kevin Spacey, and Jon Hamm.

Errol Morris’s “The B Side: Elsa Dorfman’s Portrait Photography” premieres this month

The trailer is a colorful glimpse into the personal world of Dorfman’s photography.

James Griffiths’ The Mayor picked up by ABC for Pilot Season

“The Mayor,” a comedy written by Jeremy Bronson and executive produced by Bronson, Daveed Digs, Jamie Tarses, Scott Stuber, Dylan Clark, and Moxie’s James Griffith, has been picked up by ABC for its pilot season.

Supermarche fan out for Vogue starring Elle Fanning

Elle Fanning is featured on her very first Vogue cover this month, and Supermarche have just the video to welcome the young star.

Luke Franklin celebrates “Little Fighters” for Pampers

Pampers launches their new product, diapers for prematurely-born babies, in a deeply touching spot from Saatchi & Saatchi London, directed by Luke Franklin.

Dan Beers directs tonight’s episode of Angie Tribeca

“Brockman Turner Overdrive” marks the third episode Dan has directed of the Rashida Jones-led TBS comedy.

Dan & Antonio named among SHOOT’s “Up and Coming Directors”

The exceptional list of “promising talent poised to break new ground for many seasons to come” begins with our own Dan & Antonio.

Moxie Pictures takes SXSW

As the dust settles on last week’s festivities in Austin, Texas, we can celebrate two films from our directors that headlined the SXSW Film Festival.

Michael Cumming and Will Sharpe join Moxie Pictures

Michael Cumming has worked at the bleeding-edge of cult British comedy since the late 90s where he directed the ground-breaking and highly-controversial satire “Brass Eye”, by Chris Morris, for Channel 4.