Beeswax is the third film from writer/director Andrew Bujalski. This is the first time that Bujalski has decided to stay entirely behind the camera instead of playing one of the film’s key roles.
Humpday is centered around the effects of a single situation. Two old friends, one a married man, the other an explorer/artist, decide to make an amateur porn film that is beyond gay. The aforementioned film would feature the two of them, two straight guys, having sex. This idea inevitably leads to conflict.
The Mysteries of Pittsburgh is another entry in a growing sub-genre of independent films that grew in popularity after the release of Garden State, the indie angst film.
Baghead explores the standard horror genre, and Mumblecore’s* brand of interaction inside of them. However, while a combination of horror and Mumblecore may co-exist within Baghead, they never truly blend.