Courteney Cox and Johnny McDaid attend the Tribeca Film Festival Vanity Fair party on Wednesday, April 23, 2014, in New York. (Photo by Charles Sykes/Invision/AP).
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As a proud mother, it's Cox's favorite scene.It's the first stab at feature-film directing for the 49-year-old TV star, who readied herself for the opportunity by directing a short, a Lifetime movie and 10 episodes of her TBS sitcom "Cougar Town".Of course, Cox's comic timing has long been on display in "Friends," "Family Ties," "Dirt" (on which she met Flebotte) and "Cougar Town," which recently wrapped its fifth and possibly final season.Shot in a speedy 23 days in between seasons of "Cougar Town," "Just Before I Go" was made for less than $2 million, which Cox initially financed herself. She's hoping to land distribution at Tribeca.
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