Ed's Next Move
Ed's Next Move is a 1996 American romantic comedy film written and directed by John C. Walsh. It stars Matt Ross and Callie Thorne. A micro-budget romantic comedy about a transplanted Midwesterner adapting to life in New York's East Village, the film appeared at the 1996 Sundance Film Festival where it received critical praise and was picked up by Orion Classics for theatrical release. The LA Times' Kenneth Turan called the movie "one of the most appealing, audience friendly films at Sundance," while Roger Ebert referred to the film as "a truth telling comedy with quiet wit and bright dialogue. Sight & Sound called it "a perfectly formed romantic comedy."
|Ed's Next Move|
|Directed by||John C. Walsh|
|Produced by||Sally Roy|
|Written by||John C. Walsh|
|Music by||Benny Golson and Ed's Redeeming Qualities|
|Edited by||Pamela Martin|
- Turan, Kenneth. "The Sundance Avalanche : The movers and shakers in Hollywood descend on the 16th edition of the annual film festival, which keeps growing--in attendance, venues and prestige". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 14 April 2014.
- Ebert, Roger. "TORONTO FEST TEEMS WITH SMALL TREASURES". Retrieved 14 April 2014.
- Tunney, Tom (July 1997). "Ed's Next Move". Sight and Sound (7): 58.
- Ed's Next Move on IMDb
- Ed's Next Move at Rotten Tomatoes
- New York Times City Section Feature on the film's zero budget production