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|Film Title||Distributors||Job Title||Company||Status||Release Date|
|HYDE PARK ON HUDSON|
Free Range Media
|Producer||Completed||December 07, 2012|
|WUTHERING HEIGHTS (2012)|
|Producer||Completed||October 05, 2012|
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Jim Broadbent and Lindsay Duncan play a couple celebrating their 30th wedding anniversary in this bittersweet, charming yet often very thorny comedy-drama.
Magnolia Pictures has acquired North American rights to Steve Coogan's comedy “Alan Partridge.” The film opened in the U.K. on Aug. 7, leading the box office in its opening weekend, and will have its…
One of Steve Coogan's finest comic creations makes an effortless transition to the bigscreen.
Colm Meaney, Anna Maxwell Martin and Sean Pertwee are set to join Steve Coogan in the feature spin-off of his popular radio and television character Alan Partridge.
U.S. distrib Music Box Films has picked up domestic rights to Roger Michell's "Le Weekend" from Tim Haslam and Hugo Grumbar's Embankment Films.
"Hyde Park on Hudson" helmer Roger Michell has announced his next project, the troubled-marriage drama "Le Weekend" that's set for a November shoot in Paris.
Elevated somewhat by the stunt casting of Bill Murray as FDR, this frequently tacky tell-all amplifies one aspect of "The King's Speech's" appeal by revealing celebrated world leaders to be as…
LONDON -- Studiocanal has picked up U.K. theatrical rights to "The Alan Partridge Movie," which will star Steve Coogan in the bigscreen debut of his most famous TV character.
Off the back of positive reception for Rufus Norris' "Broken," which opened Cannes Critics Week, BBC Films has unveiled its new productions, including Saoirse Ronan starrer "Testament of Youth."
IFC Films has acquired North American and Latin American rights to Lynn Shelton's "Your Sister's Sister," which premiered in Toronto.