Set against the hardscrabble backdrop of northern Maine potato country, "Beneath the Harvest Sky" offers a heartbreakingly authentic, vividly realized account of adolescent frustration and yearning.
No one has ever accused stage scribe Tarell Alvin McCraney of aiming low, and he's certainly not bucking his own trend with "Choir Boy."
Film acerbically observes a group of bourgeois thirtysomethings who gather for a birthday meal in the countryside.
Veteran helmer John Tillinger brings it in with an A-list design team and a cast that knows how to negotiate the sublimely silly conventions of classic farce.
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Ed Brubaker, the comicbook world's most decorated scribe of the past five years, is adapting his graphic novel "Coward" for Jamie Patricof's Hunting Lane Films, which has acquired the rights to the…
Puberty and a dysfunctional family make life miserable for a Jerusalem boy in "Intimate Grammar."
Interactive trailers are nothing new, with both "Avatar" and "Iron Man 2" boasting standalone widgets that allowed users to launch behind-the-scenes goodies from within the preview.
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David Frankel ("Marley & Me") will direct animated fantasy project "Septimus Heap: Magyk" in a development deal, with Rob Lieber adapting for Warner Bros.
David Permut is getting into gear for a biopic of maverick auto exec John Z. DeLorean, with Steve Lee Jones also producing through his Bee Holder Prods.