Tribeca Film Festival 2013 Preview: 10 Titles To Look Out For
G.B.F. A teen comedy with an irreverent brand of wit, G.B.F is about what happens when three warring mean girls battle over the latest must-have accessory, the Gay Best Friend. Recently outed Tanner is hotly sought by these quintessential queens bees, but must decide if skyrocketing popularity is worth forgetting his old friends for. Helmed by Jawbreaker writer-director Darren Stein, this biting coming-of-age comedy boasts appearances from Megan Mullally, Natasha Lyonne, Jonathan Silverman and Rebecca Gayheart.
Richard Pryor: Omit the Logic Director Marina Zenovich somehow found a tender and fresh approach to the controversial life of Roman Polanski with the documentary Roman Polanski: Wanted And Desired, and now she's taking on another troubled icon of the 70s with Richard Pryor: Omit the Logic. With stars like Robin Williams and Dave Chappelle giving their input on what Pryor's legacy means, Omit the Logic promises to be the most in-depth examination of the comedian's career, and maybe it can keep that possibly ill-conceived biopic from getting off the ground at all.
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