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Atom Egoyan's starry dramatization of the West Memphis Three case transforms a fascinating tale of small-town prejudice and miscarried justice into a surprisingly staid courtroom drama.
Independent filmmakers may have Sundance, but indie gamemakers head to San Francisco.
For nearly a decade, Digital Development Management has focused on representing a growing roster of videogame creators. But over the last several weeks, the company has significantly expanded into…
Minton co-founded DDM in 2005 to help represent video game development studios and to act as a strategic advisor for Hollywood, licensors and more.
Videogame agency Digital Development Management has paired up with Trans Technologies to form Red Stallion Interactive to develop games specifically designed for the Arabian Gulf and the Middle East.
If "Freaky Friday" had an impudent, foul-mouthed little brother, it would be "The Change-Up," an often needlessly crass, bromance-oriented spin on the body-swap comedy.
Writer-director John Lee Hancock takes the field with another feel-good sports drama.
Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa's drama about a prep school sex scandal in the late 1980s, "Good Boys and True," is not based on any particular real-life story but could have drawn inspiration from any number…
WNBC-TV led the winners at the 45th annual New York Emmy Awards Sunday night. Outlet picked up nine statuettes, having entered the night with 38 nominations.
"Shadow Conspiracy" is one of those misfires that is so bad that it's funny. Box office returns will be modest at best at the outset, then steeply downhill from there.
Perennial leader CBS again led the way in nominations for the Daytime Emmy Awards, amassing 74 nods, nearly as many as the two runner-up networks combined.