Apparition and Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions Group have finalized their acquisition of Kristen Stewart-James Gandolfini starrer "Welcome to the Rileys," which bowed at Sundance.
Rialto Pictures is bringing Jean-Luc Godard's "Breathless" back to life Stateside.
In a move that mirrors its first partnership with the South by Southwest film fest last spring, IFC Films has picked up three films playing at the upcoming event for a simultaneous bow on VOD.
The Spirit Awards are saying bye-bye to the beach and heading for the concrete jungle of downtown L.A.
Business maverick Jeffrey Edell has been brought aboard as prexy-CEO of Inferno Entertainment.
The Tribeca Film Festival is going green.
Keri Putnam has been appointed executive director of the Sundance Institute, repping a new approach for the job that oversees all aspects of Robert Redford's nonprofit.
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"The Crazies" invaded Hollywood Tuesday night when Overture bowed the Breck Eisner-helmed horror thriller at the Vista Theater on Sunset Boulevard.
Leon Gast's paparazzo documentary "Smash His Camera," which competed at Sundance, has clicked with HBO Documentary Films.
Former Cinetic Media exec Matt Littin will run ErGo Media Capital, a new Gotham-based entertainment investment firm.
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