The East Coast premiere of Sony Pictures Classics' "Once Upon a Time in the Midlands," directed by Shane Meadows, will kick off the sixth Newport Intl. Film Festival June 10.
Markets & Festivals
Kevin Williams Associates has licensed Argentine-Spanish film "Un dia de suerte" (A Lucky Day) to the U.K.'s Feature Film Company for a theatrical release.
Thanks to the economy, there is "more competition for fewer films," said Patrick Gunn, executive VP at Artisan Entertainment. As a result, "people are getting in earlier with pre-buys or at the…
This year's London Film Festival has moved a few days earlier than originally announced; the new dates are Oct. 22-Nov. 6, in order to avoid a clash with the Mifed film market.
A solemn, meticulous and borderline soporific piece of detective work, first-person docu "No Pasaran, Souvenir Album" takes a historically important set of clues and slows them to a pace that even…
Lucas Foster, president of production for Kirk D'Amico's Myriad Pictures is exiting the company immediately to pursue other business interest at the end of his current contract, which expired this…
Former scripter Honey Irani makes an interesting helming debut with "Armaan," a lightly paced medical relationships drama set amid the denizens of an old-style country hospital in Chandipur, north…
A futuristic eco-fable in which action takes precedence over too much messaging, "Wonderful Days" is a fully worked, highly cinematic toon that's accessible for all ages. Combining a broad range of…
Nick Broomfield's latest feature doc, "Aileen: Life and Death of a Serial Killer," has been picked up for worldwide sale by London-based Moviehouse Entertainment.
Terry Gilliam, Sandra Nettelbeck and co-helmers Scott McGehee and David Siegel are developing new movie projects with British producers Stephen Woolley and Elizabeth Karlsen.
First Look Media has acquired worldwide rights to John Irvin's "The Boys From County Clare," and will screen selected scenes from the Irish comedy in the market here.