An impressively oozing slab of indie horror that bodes well for first-time writer-director Chad Crawford Kinkle.
Chad Crawford Kinkle
Gravitas Ventures has acquired U.S. VOD rights to Chad Crawford Kinkle’s horror film “Jug Face.” The film is slated for a July pre-theatrical VOD premiere, followed by a national theatrical rollout…
As a Harvard-educated Midwesterner who developed the somber Iraq war drama "Stop-Loss," Reid Carolin admits that he never expected a movie about male strippers in Florida would be his big…
Caitlin Stasey ("Tomorrow When the War Began"), Sianoa Smit-McPhee ("Hung") and Tom Williamson have come on board to star in Moderncine's supernatural thriller "All Cheerleaders Die."
This year, DuVernay was the first African-American female helmer to win the director prize at Sundance for her film, "Middle of Nowhere."
Tobey Maguire is turning to "Cardboard" with some help from Fox Animation, WedgeWorks and graphic novelist Doug TenNapel.
Bobby Moresco, who won an Oscar for co-writing "Crash" with Paul Haggis, has lined up his next feature project, as he's set to write and direct an indie crime thriller titled "The Harbor."
BRUSSELS The Spanish film studio that hosted Bruce Willis-starrer "The Cold Light of Day," among other pics, will be forced to pay back €265 million ($345 million) in public subsidy after a European…
After several weeks of courting, "Harry Potter" star Emma Watson has agreed to play herself in "End of the World," an apocalyptic comedy from Mandate Pictures and Point Grey Pictures that Sony will…
While Lionsgate prepares for its release of "The Hunger Games" on thousands of screens Friday, its Hispanic-targeted label Pantelion scored a surprising coup of its own last weekend, with Will…
Slamdance, launched 18 years ago as an alternative to Sundance, has unveiled its competition lineup with 10 narrative films and eight documentaries -- including 13 world premieres.
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