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Mexican director Luis Mandoki has boarded Vietnam War indie drama "The Don Dawson Story" with plans to start lensing early next year.
After more than six decades, “State of the Union” is heading back to the big screen with Identity Films and Flat Penny Films developing a feature version of the political drama. The banners have…
After more than six decades, "State of the Union" is heading back to the bigscreen with Identity Films and Flat Penny Films developing a feature version of the political drama.
Olivia Steele-Falconer, Xander Berkely, Craig Bierko and Scott Cohen have joined the cast of indie drama "After the Fall," opposite David Duchovny, Hope Davis, and Timothy Hutton.
New coin boosts cautious indies ‘5 to 7’ Director: Victor Levin Producers: Bonnie Curtis, Julie Lynn Key cast: Diane Kruger, Anton Yelchin Logline: Romantic comedy in which an aspiring novelist…
The book led Amazon's list in April for sales in the children's action and adventure category. Bennett's second title in the series is "Battle for Cascadia."
Identity Films is developing a feature version of Louis Bayard's "Mr. Timothy," a historical thriller that reimagines the Tiny Tim character from Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol."
Anthony Mastromauro of Identity Films and Danielle Pelland of Entendre Films have picked up the rights to Bill Mason's memoir "Confessions of a Master Jewel Thief," originally set up at Paramount.
"Project X" thesp Thomas Mann is in final negotiations to star opposite Victoria Justice in Josh Schwartz's "Fun Size."
Entendre Films and Identity Films have tapped scribe Wayne Beach ("Murder at 1600," "Art of War") to adapt Lee Vance's recently published thriller "The Garden of Betrayal."