The director, whose other films include "The French Connection," "Sorcerer" and "Killer Joe" -- which helped detonate star Matthew McConaughey's career rebirth as more than a handsome devil -- was taking part in The Hollywood Masters interview series, conducted by THR’s Stephen Galloway.
Jake Johnson and Damon Wayans Jr. star as two friends who dress as police officers for a costume party and then become a neighborhood sensation. The two then get tangled up with crooked cops and mobsters in Luke Greenfield's comedy.
Martin Shore's documentary following numerous generations of musician from the Memphis and Mississippi Delta area. The film features Snoop Dogg, Terrence Howard, William Bell, Mavis Staples and Otis Clay and many more.
Michael Cera stars as an insensitive American traveling Chile who befriends a eccentric hippy named Crystal Fairy (Gaby Hoffman). The comedy from IFC films and director Sebastian Silva is set to be released on July 12.
Jamie's devil-may-care journey becomes a battle of wills with an eccentric woman.