After conquering the film, TV and novel world, writer/director/producer Guillermo del Toro is setting his sights on his childhood love: comic books.
Launching at a time when its pulp competition was focused primarily on spandex-clad superheroes, Oregon-based indie imprint Dark Horse Comics has built its reputation over the past quarter century on…
For CEO Berry Meyerowitz, distrib Phase 4 reps the fourth stage of his outfit's sometimes tumultuous 15-year history, and his first attempt at becoming a player in the specialty theatrical…
After working as a producer, director, editor, camera assistant, location scout, film sales agent, journalist, press liaison, festival programmer and consultant, Rose Kuo is about to experience…
As the Film Society of Lincoln Center unveils its $41 million Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center to the public today, it also marks the 42-year-old org's first step into feature film distribution.
Sandra Bernhard's new show features tracks from her new album and her knowing takes on pop culture.
New York indie film producers have had a rough time of it over the past three years, but those who've survived the most drastic changes are vets who made their first big splash in the 1990s, and made…
Reports of the death of New York independent filmmaking have been greatly exaggerated.
Has the autumn indie season moved into summer?
After six years as CEO of distribution and sales outfit Peace Arch Entertainment Group, John Flock was ready for a change.
As word of Disney and Fox's new world cinema ancillary labels spread on the Croisette, reaction from the U.S. foreign-language film distribution community was understandably mixed.