It's known as the Sundance Effect: films that play big for enthusiastic Park City audiences, generating a hefty sale.
A look at who's who behind the bigscreen tunes.
The composers and supervisors behind the upcoming fall releases
The year hits its midpoint on June 30, so we should be halfway through the 2012 awards race, right?
As buyers descend on Cannes, the number of distributors playing in the multiplatform field of date-and-date releases -- and compressed windows in general -- is growing.
Dominik Moll's earlier work showed how good he is at finding the shocking in the mundane, but "The Monk" unfortunately proves he's equally adept at finding the mundane in the shocking.
ATO Pictures has snapped up domestic rights to Ethan Hawke and Kristin Scott Thomas starrer "The Woman in the Fifth," in Berlin.
A trio of indie upstarts have jumped into the game or ramped up significantly this year.
Infoglut and movies make poor bedfellows, which is why pic fares no better than Alex Gibney's doc.
Good day, eh? Canadian pics owned both the red carpet and market spotlights opening day of the 35th annual Toronto Film Festival.
Dave Matthews' New York-based ATO Pictures officially entered the distribution game this weekend.