Relativity Media's Rogue Pictures has picked up North American and U.K. rights to Sundance Film Fest docu "Catfish."
Amid some downsizing in the last couple of months, Lakeshore has boarded a new pic project.
NeoClassics Films has acquired all U.S. distribution rights to French thriller "L'Affaire Farewell" in a mid-six-figure deal.
Toronto-based Phase 4 has picked up North American rights to Katie Aselton's "The Freebie."
Culminating with a last-minute fight for Grand Jury prizewinner "Winter's Bone," the Sundance Film Festival saw indie film bizzers awake from a long hibernation and jump back into the acquistions biz…
In the early hours of Saturday morning, another Sundance sale closed.
Horror helmer Ti West is prepping "The Innkeepers," about the last two staffers of a haunted hotel that's going out of business.
Philip Seymour Hoffman was visibly moved when he was honored Jan. 24 with the Acura Indie Impact Award at Variety's 10 Directors to Watch party.
New Sundance Film Festival topper John Cooper vowed that this year's event (Jan. 21-31) would mark a return to basics, while fest founder Robert Redford emphasized the fest should be about discovery…
Proving it is firmly back in the game, The Weinstein Co. will walk away with at least one, if not two titles from the 2010 Sundance film fest lineup.
Slamdance's 16th annual fest wrapped Thursday night with the announcement of the fest's winners.
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