Focusing on the oyster fisherman of a small, largely African-American community, "Vanishing Pearls" traces a struggle against oppression and exploitation that culminates in the disastrous 2010 BP oil…
HONG KONG – Documentary, "Kiss The Water" by Eric Steel has landed a sales agent in Hong Kong- and Amsterdam-based Fortissimo Films. "Water" documents the life of Scottish woman Megan Boyd, whose…
Docu helmer's technique blends flashes of melodrama with such naturalistic choices as shooting on location and working mostly with non-actors, resulting in a challenging fiction/nonfiction hybrid…
LONDON -- Scott Free London, the U.K. arm of Ridley Scott's Scott Free Prods., has acquired the film rights to Anne de Courcy's novel "The Fishing Fleet."
Gentle, unhurried portrait of a middle-aged man somewhat clumsily trying to make amends doesn't have quite enough meat on its bones to become a breakout arthouse hit, but might be a catch for fests…
Vice Media is about to start production on a feature based on Cutter Hodierne's Sundance award-winning short film "Fishing Without Nets," the first in a series of Vice-produced pics.
CBS Films has set March 2 for a limited opening of Lasse Hallstrom's romantic comedy ''Salmon Fishing in Yemen.''
Lasse Hallstrom has sweetened the satire right out of Paul Torday's side-splitting political sendup.
A quirky film noir cum dark comedy featuring a washed-up wrestler, his hoodwinking manager and a forlorn South American town circa 1961.
Fox Atomic has landed feature rights to “Fishing on the Edge: The Mike Iaconelli Story,” the autobiography of a star on the competitive bass fishing circuit. Book, written by Iaconelli with Andrew…
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