While traditional investors may have gotten skittish, film fans are stepping up to help fund the indies they most want to see.
It's not easy for any American film festival scheduled in January, with Sundance gobbling up the majority of submissions and ever-multiplying awards shows competing for attention.
A record number of high-profile films are taking advantage of an Academy rule that allows pics to compete for this year's Oscars before their "real" opening next year -- well after the holiday box…
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The Maze Runner
The Maze Runner1Weekend:$32.5M
A Walk Among the Tombstones
A Walk Among the Tombstones2Weekend:$13.1M
This Is Where I Leave You
This Is Where I Leave You3Weekend:$11.9M
Can kung-fu fighting monks, cave screenings and feral, caged Santa Clauses save the movie biz?
Red Granite Pictures chairman/CEO Riza Aziz and vice chairman Joey McFarland are off to a rock-solid start, just a year after they launched the shingle in September 2010.
Blindness is usually considered a handicap, but for screenwriter Ryan Knighton, it's been a blessing in disguise.
Independent film has many patrons, yet few are as devoted as real estate magnate Charles S. Cohen.
Launching his first U.S. concert tour in nearly a decade, music icon Bryan Ferry did not disappoint a standing-room-only New York crowd at the Beacon Theatre Thursday night.
After several lean years of recession-fueled cuts and specialty arm closings, indie distribs are back in greater numbers -- and with wider releases -- than ever.
Since Toronto's opening day, President Obama's jobs-bill speeches and the rollercoaster of financial news from the Euro zone has reminded film execs of economic uncertainties they face at home.