The 2012 Sundance Film Festival will run from January 19 – 29th. When Lauren learns what Katie does for a living the two enter into a wildly unconventional business venture. A visit from her family, the different cultural background of her new boyfriend, an ex-boyfriend who her sister is now dating, and her upcoming photo exhibition make for an explosive mix. As the girls race to save a friendship and a wedding, they ride a thin line between jealousy and loyalty in what might be the most important night of their lives.

All Sundance Film Festival USA screenings will take place on January 26th.

While Allegra is none too pleased with Samantha's actions, she unwittingly finds herself following suit when she meets Philip (Justin Kirk), a college professor, at a party.

After a few cocktails, Allegra and Philip end up in bed, and while Allegra is content to leave it as a one-night stand, Philip has different ideas, and goes so far as to dump his girlfriend to pursue a relationship with Allegra, even though she's made it clear to him she's not at all serious about him.

a franchise Lionsgate is certainly open to continuing. If she wants to tell a story related to those characters, we're here for her." Reaser's here for it too.

"It's a possibility," Lionsgate co-chairman Patrick Wachsberger revealed in a recent interview. While promoting her new horror flick, "Ouija: Origin of Evil," toofab's Brian Particelli asked if a potential sequel or prequel is something she'd like to see happen.

Allegra (Elizabeth Reaser) is a writer who has been involved with Samantha (Julianne Nicholson) for some time, but Allegra just isn't willing to make a commitment.

Eventually, Samantha decides she's had enough, and she not only leaves Allegra, she jumps to the other side of the gender divide and starts dating a man.For most of its first hour, Puccini For Beginners is a warmly lit New York movie, full of witty people making jokes about Kant and Philip Roth in bookstores and loft apartments.Then everyone shows up at the same party, secrets get revealed, and the movie slips a gear, down into grinding farce.Elizabeth Reaser (STAY) and Gretchen Mol (THE NOTORIOUS BETTIE PAGE) star in this lesbian-themed comedy about a New York writer whose love life slowly spirals out of her control when she unwittingly starts dating a man (Justin Kirk) and a woman (Mol) who are actually more connected than anyone would guess."[A] screwball comedy of sexual confusion....People have always been interested in American stage and film actor, Justin Kirk’s personal life."It's hard to speak to a five-year period in a few sentences, but I loved doing it.