A round-up of what’s been happening on the rest of IFC.com:
+ Feature: An Appreciation of Anna Faris – R. Emmet Sweeney wonders when the comedienne “capable of out-dumbing Judy Holliday and out-ditzing Carole Lombard” will finally get her due.
+ Feature: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex* (in Woody Allen’s Movies) – Matt Singer on the 40 years Allen has spent making “movies about sex without ever actually featuring it.”
+ Interview: Azazel Jacobs on “Momma’s Man” – The director of the acclaimed Sundance feature starring his real-life parents as something like themselves would rather just talk about The Clash.
+ Video: Ludivine Sagnier – A quick interview with the star of “A Girl Cut in Two” and the upcoming “A Secret.”
+ On DVD: Lech Majewski, “Brand Upon the Brain!” – Michael Atkinson on the Polish filmmaker who “may be one of the most pretentious filmmakers alive and working. Or is he a visionary?”
+ IFC News Podcast #90: Our Fall Indie Film Preview – Matt Singer and I pick the ten fall indie films we haven’t yet seen and are most looking forward to.
+ Opening This Week: Tori Spelling does H.P. Lovecraft, Steve Coogan’s sexy Jesus – Neil Pedley rounds up what’s new in theaters.
Rooftop shorts online: “Rocket Science!”, an animated B-movie spoof directed by Sam Morrison; and “Mister Smile,” Fran Krause’s short drawing “from the tropes of B-movie horror films, classic children’s animation and especially ‘Night of the Hunter.’ “
[Photo: Viggo Mortensen in Lech Majewski’s “Gospel According to Harry,” Kino, 1994]