Ana Mulvoy-Ten, Ashley Bell, Ali Cobrin and Lydia Hearst are set to star in writer-director Tyler Shields next film “Outlaw.” Shields is also on board to star and will direct the pic, which Eric B…
After the controversy surrounding the all-male shortlist for last year's Rising Star award, BAFTA has swung back in the other direction with this year's nomination of four women and just one male.
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"A lot of people have their own version of what a 'dirty girl' is," Juno Temple said at Monday's Gotham preem. "For me it meant a very liberal, free-spirited, outspoken firecracker of a girl."
Four films, four budget levels, and four sets of choices, challenges and opportunities
After weeks of quiet negotiations, Joseph Gordon-Levitt is set to re-team with his "Inception" director Christopher Nolan on "The Dark Knight Rises."
Rob Paris is a writer's producer.
Juno Temple has a surprisingly long list of credits despite being barely old enough to buy a drink in the United States.
The American Film Market will screen 390 titles, including recent fest titles "Dirty Girl," and "The Whistleblower" and premieres of "Little Murder," "Love, Wedding, Marriage" and "The Warrior's Way."
A teen jezebel who hits the road in search of her deadbeat dad.
Indie comedy "Dirty Girl" has rounded out its cast with Milla Jovovich, William H. Macy, Mary Steenburgen, Dwight Yoakam and Tim McGraw.
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