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This study of toxic selfishness presented as comedy isn't nearly funny enough for a film starring Owen Wilson and Zach Galifianakis, and nowhere near as serious as Weiner's celebrated TV work.
While Matthew Weiner commands an imperial presence in TV land, he arrives at Toronto as a humble near-first time director, aspiring for some good reviews and, more importantly, for a distributor.
Ellen Page will make her directorial debut with "Miss Stevens," which has Anna Faris attached to star as a teacher who chaperones a group of high schoolers to a state drama competition.
Wind Dancer Films has come on board to finance and produce Civil War era pic "The Keeping Room" with Gilbert Films and Anonymous Content.
In what amounts to the last major sale out of this year's Sundance, IFC Films has acquired all North American rights to director Michael Mohan's romantic comedy "Save the Date," from Gilbert Films…
"Mad Men" creator Matthew Weiner has cast "The 4400" star Joel Gretsch in his feature film "You Are Here," which starts production this month in North Carolina.
"Mad Men" creator Matthew Weiner has set Owen Wilson and Zach Galifianakis to topline his long-gestating passion project "You Are Here," with Amy Poehler in talks to co-star.
Calculated quirkiness and cartoonish characterizations make Michael Mohan's picture shallow enough to be a sitcom pilot.
Mark Ruffalo and Tim Robbins will star in indie sex-addict comedy "Thanks for Sharing," the directorial debut of Stuart Blumberg.
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Going into Sundance in January, Gary Gilbert and Jordan Horowitz of Gilbert Films knew they would leave as film fest villains or heroes.