Wayfare Entertainment has tapped Mitchell Akselrad to pen the feature adaptation of short film "The Gate."
The surprisingly uneven thesping can probably be blamed on the pedestrian script, though embarrassingly inept subtitles on the Lido prevented fair consideration. Even fest play will be limited.
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The general atmosphere of a steel-factory town in August is nicely rendered in Stefano Mordini's sophomore feature "Steel."
Poker-faced mockumentary "Janeane From Des Moines" centers on an evangelical Christian and avid conservative who might easily pass as a real person -- and indeed does, in the company of various GOP…
If the 300-plus buyers expected for December's Ventana Sur, Latin America's premiere film mart, are looking for an excuse to stay in Buenos Aires a little bit longer, they now have it.
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The Variety Studio launched its third installment at TIFF with back-to-back interviews with some of the festival's most buzzed about films and filmmakers.
NBC's most promising new half-hour, "The New Normal" exhibits some of the excesses audiences have come to expect from "Glee" and "Nip/Tuck" creator Ryan Murphy, but also contains heart and a message.
A committee led by Venezuelan film orgs Anac, Caveprol and Avepca has selected Hernan Jabes' "Rock, Paper, Scissors" (Piedra, papel o tijera) to represent Venezuela in the 85th Academy Awards foreign…
DreamWorks Animation and 20th Century Fox have settled on release dates for a dozen titles. Dates are as far out as June 18, 2016, for the toon shop's third "How to Train Your Dragon" installment.
In this photo, Andy Garcia and Vera Farmiga appear in rom-com "Admissions," which just wrapped production in Spokane, Wash., and will be released early 2013. Pic centers on a relationship that…
With dialogue, performances and visual style reminiscent of a subpar After School Special, this bird won't migrate far from home.