Entertainment One Films U.S. has tapped distribution vet Ryan Markowitz to the newly created role of VP of theatrical sales and distribution. He will be based in the company's Manhattan office and…
A Late Quartet
For those Russians looking to buy international material, Berlin is a key market.
With the Friday opening of its "A Late Quartet," eOne said it aims to keep growing its year-old distribution arm to 12-15 titles per year.
MOSCOW -- German distributor Senator has added Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master" to its distribution slate.
Fresh off high praise and a record-breaking weekend for "The Master," Philip Seymour Hoffman is eyeing a move behind the camera, as the multihyphenate is on board to helm the Depression Era ghost…
A skillfully performed drama that treats the varieties of musical expression as an effective if unsubtle metaphor for a person's many possible pathways through life.
LONDON -- A drama set in the world of string quartets from a director making his feature debut may have seemed an unlikely candidate to draw significant attention among the lineup at this year's…
eOne has set a co-distribution agreement in the U.S. with RKO Pictures for drama "A Late Quartet" with plans for a fall release.
Mark Ivanir has replaced Jeremy Northam in indie drama "A Late Quartet."
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