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Participant Media has hired veteran PR exec Ann Boyd for the newly created post of executive VP of communications. Boyd will oversee communications strategy and operations for Participant's film and…
Ann Boyd, Sony Pictures executive VP of global communications is exiting her position at the studio. This marks another person in Sony's communication department who will be leaving the studio, with…
Sony Pictures Entertainment has tapped crisis PR pro Charles Sipkins as its new senior communications executive. Sipkins, who most recently served as a managing director for Sard Verbinnen, will fill…
Ups and downs are constantly juxtaposed in "The Broken Circle Breakdown," a bluegrass-infused Flemish meller about two lovers who lose their little daughter to cancer.
The owners of William Faulkner's literary properties have filed suit against Sony Pictures Classics, claiming that a line used in Woody Allen's "Midnight in Paris" infringes on one of the late…
A mousy, middle-aged caretaker travels from the Baltics to the City of Light to look after a serious piece of work in "A Lady in Paris," from Estonian filmmaker Ilmar Raag ("The Class").
The weather's fabulous but there's nothing new under the sun in "Formentera," the sophomore outing of Teuton helmer Ann-Kristin Reyels ("Hounds").
Simon Vaughan, CEO of London-based production-distribution outfit Lookout Point, represents television's new breed of financing specialists who are prospering amid the growing global demand for…
Calling the Strobbe clan a working-class family would imply that some of its members worked, but none of the lowlife protags do in the visually robust and often hilarious Flemish tragicomedy.
The secret hideout of a group of Flemish horndogs comes under threat of exposure in "Loft," a tightly drawn, atmospheric thriller that has one false bottom too many to qualify as great.