GDYNIA, Poland — Pawel Pawlikowski's “Ida” won the Golden Lion in a strong lineup of Polish films at the Gdynia Film Festival, with Roman Polanski handing him the award at the closing ceremony on…
Andrew Lloyd Webber has a new musical lined up for a West End world preem, and because it's a new project from the creator of some of Broadway's most enduring hits, it's big news. But given the track…
LONDON — Natasha Pilbrow has joined Kris Thykier's PeaPie Films as head of business affairs and legal. Pilbrow was previously at entertainment law firm Lee and Thompson LLP, where she engaged in all…
From the comically defined opening to the sadness of the final scene, the hallmark of Richard Eyre's revival of "Quartermaine's Terms" is the detail he teases out of his actors.
Anne Fontaine's film about two lifelong friends who fall for each other's sons is all vapidly beautiful surface, an impeccably tasteful picture about some awfully tasteless decisions.
Just as "Waiting for Godot," a play about boredom, should never feel boring, so "Uncle Vanya," a play about people in stasis, should never be static.
Kris Thykier's PeaPie Films has snapped up feature rights to Kurban Said's tome "Ali and Nino," which will be adapted by "A Dangerous Method" and "Dangerous Liaisons" scribe Christopher Hampton.
This complex story from the early days of psychoanalysis engrosses and even amuses as it unfolds through a series of conversations, treatment sessions and exchanged letters.
A mostly satisfying production that fills every inch of the intimate Max stage with the rich sounds of angst and opportunism.
Snarling comedy about social graces devolves into a more primal state of belligerent self-interest.
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Frozen1Weekend: $31.6M Disney
Out of the Furnace
Out of the Furnace3Weekend: $5.3M Relativity Media