Inside 'May It Last,' the director's powerful new fly-on-the-wall film about making of band's 'True Sadness' album
"We were self-centered hillbillies who thought the world was either gonna come to us or not," co-founder Scott Avett reflects in 'May It Last' trailer
Drawing from his own real-life experiences, a stand-up comic deals with culture clashes and a girlfriend in a coma – and a romcom star is born
Known for oddball stunts, comedian broke through by talking about alcoholism and suicide
"Everyone's suddenly allowed to be a hypocrite, and I think that will be the death of us," writer-director says in our 'Last Word' Q&A
From Charlize Theron kicking ass to music docs, midnight movies and the making of 'The Room' – what to see at the Austin-based film fest
Amiable stand-up comic stages his own semi-autobiographical 'Seinfeld' on HBO, complete with early-years humiliations and Judd Apatow's help
"I think a lot of people were hurting," filmmaker says. "But to turn to this man and think he's going to solve your problems is crazy"
From a doomed horseracing drama to the best space Western ever — the small-screen classics that faded to black before their time
Co-director of ESPN doc on Mets Darryl Strawberry and Dwight Gooden's highs and lows: "It was like seeing Springsteen in '78"
Confused grandmothers, busted 'SNL' auditions and 30-year-old Judd Apatow Polaroids highlight Paul Reubens' career-spanning chat
Judd Apatow-produced mockumentary stars Andy Samberg as a Justin Bieber-like musician
"We didn't want it to be that thing where a woman just needs to find the love of a nice guy," co-creator Paul Rust says
"If somebody came up with an idea that didn’t totally suck, I’m sure it’s a possibility," he says
From Judd Apatow's new sitcom to a Stephen King miniseries, here's what you'll be watching this month