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.
After 72 hours of dealmaking, Focus Features has sealed a deal to distribute Annette Bening-Julianne Moore "The Kids Are All Right" in the U.S, U.K., Germany and South Africa.
Deals came fast and furiously at Sundance over Wednesday night.
The snow and crowds abated a bit in Sundance's second week and so did the soirees.
Focus Features appears to have won the fight for Lisa Cholodenko's lesbian parenting comedy "The Kids Are All Right."
Phase 4 Films has acquired all U.S. rights and nontheatrical Canadian rights to Brigitte Berman's feature doc "Hugh Hefner: Playboy, Activist and Rebel."
In the wake of the departure of senior AFI Fest staffers in December, the American Film Institute has promoted programmer Jacqueline Lyanga to festival director.
The skies turned sunny at the Sundance Film Festival on Monday as a number of titles were in play.
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Daily:$3.1M Cumulative:$56.2M Warner Brothers -26.61%
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Daily:$2.4M Cumulative:$39.6M Fox / DreamWorks Animation -15.75%
Non-Stop3Daily:$1.3M Cumulative:$56.9M Universal Pictures -21.36%