Pray for those horror fans who stumble upon "36 Saints," for they are truly in an hour of need.
Capping its active Cannes buying, Sundance Selects has acquired U.S. rights to Hirokazu Kore-eda's Cannes Jury Prize winner "Like Father, Like Son" from Wild Bunch.
Hirokazu Kore-eda's reverberant drama is a characteristically low-key treatment of familial bonds, expectations and responsibilities.
As Scandi directors go, Niels Arden Oplev couldn't be hotter. After putting his stamp on "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo," the Dane has what appears to be his pick of projects. So why follow it up…
The profane denizens of a fictitious Sydney public-housing estate make a stumbling sojourn to a national landmark in the energetically lowbrow, sporadically funny and entirely Australian laffer…
"Hollywood Don't Surf!" will make its world premiere next month on the Croisette.
Forsaking his prior gay themes, writer-director Ryosuke Hashiguchi's first feature in seven years examines a marriage between two unremarkable individuals that endures, despite no lack of potential…
Gwyneth Paltrow is on the phone from London, sounding very down-to-earth, whimsical even -- in sharp contrast to some of the more literary characters she has played, such as the suicidal writer…
Ten-year-old Rattlestick has renamed itself Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, reaffirming its commitment to developing new writers through such hands-on techniques as its mentoring program and…
The Tribeca Film Festival has skedded the world preem of "The Italian Job" and has unveiled a lineup of panel discussions on independent film and entertainment industry issues that includes talks…
Scripter-director Guy Ritchie, 31, and his even younger producer, Matthew Vaughn, 29, blow away the sophomore curse with "Snatch," a less flashy, considerably better written and more evenly cast…