Mark Webber follows up his 2008 film 'Explicit Ills' with 'End of Love,' a meta-style film starring Webber and his own son in the story of a widowed actor trying to juggle his career and his child.

You may recognize Mark Webber from films like 'Scott Pilgrim vs. The World' and the recent indie flick 'Save the Date' -- he's an actor that we don't think gets enough credit for his immensely nuanced performances. But Webber is also a writer and director who's releasing his sophomore effort, 'The End of Love.'

The film stars Webber as a version of himself along with his real-life (and at the time, two year old) son and a host of his peers and friends, including Michael Cera, Aubrey Plaza, Shannyn Sossamon, Amanda Seyfried and Jason Ritter, who co-starred with Webber in 'Good Dick.'

'The End of Love' follows Webber, an actor who is left to care for his son when his wife tragically dies. Webber navigates auditions and dating while trying to be the best father he can be, and if the trailer is any indication, this film is going to be a real heart-breaker. We're also digging the verite-style moments between Webber and his son, who is too adorable for words.

The film hits iTunes on January 29 and comes to theaters on March 1.