Sony Pictures Worldwide Releasing has made a deal for director Jerusha Hess' freshman outing "Austenland," which also marks the producing debut of "Twilight" author Stephenie Meyer. Sony Pictures…
Josh L. Dickey
Sundance acquisitions took off Monday as weekend deals started to close.
The Weinstein Company is wrapping up a deal to acquire "Fruitvale," a drama based on a tragic true story that was written and directed by 26 year-old USC grad Ryan Coogler.
Female filmmakers are better represented in independent film when compared to Big Hollywood over the past decade, and women were most likely to be producers across all behind-the-camera positions…
In a deal that ends the largest bidding war of Sundance so far this year, Relativity Media has acquired U.S. rights to Joseph Gordon-Levitt's directorial debut "Don Jon's Addiction" and is planning a…
Mundial, the recently announced international sales joint venture of IM Global and Canana, has acquired international rights to Marc Silver's documentary "Who Is Dayani Cristal?"
A24 has closed a deal for North American rights to James Ponsoldt's teen dramedy "The Spectacular Now," starring Miles Teller and Shailene Woodley, and the upstart distrib will release the hot…
Exclusive Releasing and FilmDistrict are closing on a deal to acquire rights to Jerusha Hess' "Austenland," which the companies would team to split 50/50 worldwide.
It won't be long before the usual suspects at the Sundance Film Festival -- Fox Searchlight, Sony Pictures Classics, the Weinstein Co., et al. -- begin making splashy headlines, with agents mulling…
Sundance Selects has acquired North American rights to Richard Rowley's Sundance documentary "Dirty Wars."
Francesca Gregorini knows the value of keeping your Zen when things don't go the way you'd planned.
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