Directed by Slamdance Film Festival co-founder Dan Mirvish from a long-lost script by Oscar/Pulitzer-winner Jules Feiffer (Mike Nichols' CARNAL KNOWLEDGE, Robert Altman's POPEYE), BERNARD AND HUEY is the story of roguish Huey (David Koechner) and nebbishy Bernard (Oscar-winner Jim Rash), who are unlikely friends in late 1980s New York. Years later, a bedraggled Huey crashes at Bernard's upscale bachelor pad. As the two reconnect, Bernard starts a relationship with Huey's estranged daughter Zelda (Mae Whitman), an aspiring graphic novelist. Huey slowly gets his mojo back and tries to seduce various women in Bernard's life, while reconnecting with his family. As the two friends return to their old ways, at least one of them finds himself in danger of marrying a woman old enough to be his wife. An award-winning film that screened at over 30 festivals in 5 continents, BERNARD AND HUEY is a particularly timely story of two men behaving badly, and the strong women who rein them in.