Film Independent announced the winners of its annual Spirit Awards Grants on Saturday in West Hollywood. The Spirit Awards nominee brunch, hosted by actors Michael Peña and Emmy Rossum at BOA…
Oscilloscope Laboratories has acquired North American rights to Dan Krauss' “The Kill Team,” four months after the movie won the documentary grand jury prize at the Tribeca Film Festival…
Delicate and poetic, but full of offbeat humor, this coming-of-ager is Taiwanese auteur Chang Tso-chi's most accessible work to date.
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"The Conjuring" is the real deal: A well-made haunted house movie full of genuine claw-the-armrest scares.
The Zac Efron-Seth Rogen comedy "Townies" has provided a boost to Los Angeles film production at a time when feature shooting has been moderate.
"The Rocket" took two of the top competition throphies at the Tribeca Film Festival, with Kim Mourdaunt's family drama scoring wins for best narrative feature and best actor for Sitthiphon Disamoe.
A true-life horror story, Dan Krauss' chilling war-is-hell expose is must-see viewing.
The superstars of the 65-and-over set are wandering down unexpected paths these days in a determination to keep their creative lives (and income streams) aloft.
Lucasfilm's Industrial Light & Magic has signed an expanded co-operation deal with Base FX that secures the exclusive use of the Beijing-based shingle's services for all ILM's Hollywood pics.
Covering a broad swath of liberal economic theory in brisk, simply stated fashion, "Inequality for All" aims to do for income disparity what "An Inconvenient Truth" did for climate change.
Annapurna Pictures and Color Force have bought feature film rights to Maria Semple's novel "Where'd You Go, Bernadette."