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Gut-wrenching violence, classical music, daddy issues and Lolita complexes are grist for director Roy Chow Hin Yeung's grisly mill in "Nightfall," a Hong Kong thriller with a strong noirish flavor…
C-SPAN announced Monday that Brian Lamb is stepping down as CEO of the groundbreaking public affairs network he founded in 1978 and has run ever since, giving American's their first -- and only -…
Actor-photographer Cris Alexander died on Wednesday, March 7, of natural causes in New York, N.Y. He was 92.
Distribution plans for Blayne Weaver's indie romantic dramedy "6 Month Rule" have been set, starting with a June 1 theatrical launch in New York and Los Angeles on June 8 through Abramorama.
Winner of a 2012 SXSW Film Festival audience award, "Brooklyn Castle" is an irresistibly uplifting doc about students at an inner-city junior high school who rank among the very best competitive…
Someone should tell the three residents of "Small Apartments" to stop trying to be so funny, since their efforts are pitched at such intensity, it scares away the laughter.
A film fest wrapped in an interactive fest wrapped in a music fest, SXSW is like the hearty three-meat Turducken of the festival world.
Mediterranean films dominated the Thessaloniki docu fest's 14th edition, which wrapped Saturday with top aud honors for Angelos Kovotsos' Greek folkmusic road movie "Encardia, the Dancing Stone."
Cutting Edge Group, which has pioneered investing in the music rights to films including "The King's Speech," has come up with a new wrinkle -- offering those rights to indie producers looking to…
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