What does Spike Lee have in common with Mani Ratnam, Sylvester Stallone, Agnes Varda and Abbas Kiarostami?
Has Harmony Korine, the enfant terrible who wrote "Kids," and directed "Julian Donkey-Boy" and "Gummo," grown up?
Craig Zobel's "Compliance" was widely considered the most controversial movie at this year's Sundance Film Festival. Drawing accusations of misogyny and exploitation at its Q&A sessions, the film…
At the impressionable age of 13, Lee Toland Krieger visited the set of the 1996 thriller "Executive Action," where his Los Angeles neighbor Steve Perry was the executive producer.
Before directing an episode of "Mad Men" in 2006, Lynn Shelton was the ultimate indie film outsider.
Tribeca Films, the fledgling distribution arm of Tribeca Enterprises, hasn't had any runaway hits at the box-office just yet. But that's not really their primary focus.
A look at select titles garnering buzz at Tribeca
For British producers John Battsek and Simon Chinn, a narrative film doesn't necessarily mean a fiction film. "I don't subscribe to that semantic distinction," says Chinn, who produced Oscar-winner…
Complementary skill sets make pair perfect fit to steer org onward
Sundance is always about the next hot young thing, whether the intense doe-eyed actress or audacious firsttime auteur.
"I don't try to make an art film or commercial film," says Mexican filmmaker Gerardo Naranjo. "I'm just making a movie."