Movie ticket sales may be up, but the indies aren't feeling love.
Dan Talbot, the renowned art-film exhibitor and distributor, "never cared about the film marketplace," he says. "How I managed to survive all these years with zero interest in the business end of…
Not so much a launchpad for bigger things, the Producers Award -- and $25,000 prize, this year courtesy of Piaget -- often goes to those indie pic workhorses toiling away in the trenches of…
Indie directors don't rely on special effects or exotic locations to grab an audience. Predominantly, their most effective tool is the actor.
While an unsteady global film industry has budding filmmakers worried about their futures, there's never been a better time to develop their craft.
Directors, says Danny Boyle, are magpies. "We steal from everywhere," admits the "Slumdog Millionaire" filmmaker.
Veterans of Sundance 2008 have a message for this year's incoming crop of filmmakers: Wake up!
Directors Joe Berlinger, R.J. Cutler, Liz Garbus, Doug Pray and Ondi Timoner reflect on their experiences at the Sundance Film Festival.
His 2004 multiple-award-winning short "Victoria para Chino" chronicles the fate of Mexican immigrants trapped in a tractor-trailer bound for the U.S.; his new feature, "Sin nombre," focuses on…
Poverty, illegal immigration, professional wrestling -- they're not exactly the most uplifting or obvious subjects for a best picture contender. But stranger things have happened on the way to the…
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Frozen2Daily: $2.5M Cumulative: $98.9M Disney -0.16%
Homefront3Daily: $701,370 Cumulative: $10.9M Open Road 39.42%