Most festgoers know that the first Sunday is no "lazy Sunday," and this year's Sundance, with buyers bidding and agents fielding offers until the wee hours, proved no exception.
Former Siegfried & Roy publicist Frank Lieberman died Saturday, Jan. 22 in Las Vegas. He was 68.
Well-crafted doc should travel far in fest, nonprofit and tube venues.
Georgia Carroll, who was the featured vocalist in Kay Kyser's big band orchestra and appeared in three films with him and the band, died Jan. 14 in Chapel Hill, N.C. She was 91.
The Weinstein Co. has closed snapped up rights for "My Idiot Brother" here at Sundance for a reported $6 million to $7 million and a $15 million P&A commitment for a wide theatrical release.
Jacobs' slow-building portrait of a late bloomer makes this poetic pic an outsider even among outsider movies.
Government-back promo org Ausfilm announced Monday that it has a new topper in Debra Richards, who previously headed feevee industry body the Australian Subscription Television and Radio Assn.
Police in Tunisia cracked down Sunday on key allies of the ousted president, detaining the head of a private TV station for allegedly trying to slow down the country's nascent steps toward democracy.
Blood is thicker than varnish remover in "Restoration," a handsome production of intriguing surfaces.
Adan Aliaga's audacious, haunting debut "Stigmata" reps a distinctive calling card.