A curious thing has happened to indie movies since the year 2000. In the '90s, practically all the heroes were hit men. Now, they hold some of the quirkiest jobs imaginable — baking specialty pies…
Although in real life, United States troops haven't fought on native soil since World War II, in the confused alternate reality of Dito Montiel's "Man Down," there's an urgent battle raging at home…
ROME — U.S. indie director Dito Montiel’s "Boulevard," which marks Robin Williams’ final onscreen role, will open Italy’s upcoming Ischia Global Film and Music Fest on July 12. Screening of…
In "Boulevard," a middle-aged married man picks up a gay hustler on the Nashville street where hookers hang out, pays the kid for company instead of sex and ever-so-gradually begins to confront the…
Italo animation mogul Iginio Straffi will be feted by the Ischia Global Film Festival, which Cannes fest juror Christoph Waltz is expected to attend, along with other expected guests in a stellar…
Dito Montiel's heist drama "Empire State" will have its world premiere on March 19 as the opening night film of the Gasparilla International Film Festival in Tampa, Fla. Randall Emmett and George…
Helmer Dito Montiel, whose feature "Empire State" is awaiting a release date via Lionsgate, has set up his next film, "Boulevard," with Robin Williams and newcomer Roberto Aguire set to star.
In a seven-figure bidding war, Warner Bros. has acquired "Lore," an adaptation of Ashley Wood's IDW-published graphic novel of the same name that has Dwayne Johnson attached to star.
Al Pacino is attached to play French artist Henri Matisse in Escape Artists' "Masterpiece."
After having screened for buyers early on in the fest, Sundance title "The Son of No One" was picked up by Anchor Bay Films for a reported $2 million nabbing U.S. rights.
Writer-director Dito Montiel shoots mostly blanks in the hokey cop meller "The Son of No One."