The brothers' latest, "A Serious Man," is perhaps their most personal film in a decade.
With just three features, Jason Reitman has gone from indie wunderkind to breakthrough sensation.
Danish filmmaker Lone Scherfig has no interest in the "auteur" label.
Release date: Oct. 2 Distrib: Focus The Coen brothers' 2007 multiple Oscar winner “No Country for Old Men” gave the sharp cinema-savvy ironists their first major Academy wins. While “A Serious Man”…
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Thanks to Oscar's intricate, ever- changing system of qualifying rules, the documentary category is among the most contentious for its participating filmmakers.
Vampire hit "Twilight" may have ushered in a new dawn for Summit Entertainment, the 2½-year-old company launched by international sales guru Patrick Wachsberger and studio veteran Rob Friedman.
Do you take advantage of the new freedoms?" purrs sexy next-door neighbor Mrs. Samsky in the Coen brothers' 1967-set "A Serious Man."
Of the last four best picture winners, three ("Crash," "No Country for Old Men" and "Slumdog Millionaire") came from the specialty sector.
For entertainment attorney Susan Zuckerman Williams, the question isn't which independent film companies she's worked with on their financing, but which companies she hasn't.
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