The Los Angeles premiere of Gia Coppola's "Palo Alto" unspooled at the Directors Guild Theater Monday after months of festival play for the first-time director's portrayal of disaffected youth. The…
Tribeca Film has dated “Palo Alto,” the debut feature from Gia Coppola, for a May 9 opening in New York and Los Angeles, followed by a national release. “Palo Alto” screened last year in the Venice…
New York-based distributor Tribeca Film has picked up North American distribution rights to “Palo Alto,” the Gia Coppola film based on James Franco's book of intertwined short stories, targeting a…
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REARVIEW: A strong showing by Canadian and British filmmakers, an outstanding selection of performances and a relentless flow of Oscar hype were all in evidence at the Toronto Film Festival.
South African heist thriller "iNumber Number" has been picked up for international distribution by Hong Kong and Amsterdam-based Fortissimo Films.
Gia Coppola, the 26-year-old granddaughter of Francis Ford Coppola, doesn't lack for ambition with her feature directorial debut "Palo Alto" premiering today in Toronto.
Participant Media continues to grow its profile with star-driven projects such as Toronto opening night WikiLeaks film "The Fifth Estate," but the 9-year-old shingle has plenty of other weighty…
HONG KONG - Arclight Films, the Sydney and Los Angeles-based sales and finance company, has picked up sales rights to the massive Hollywood Classics library across much of Asia. Arclight will handle…
Apparently James Franco wants to rechristen Labor Day weekend James Franco weekend. Not satisfied to have his Comedy Central roast air September 2, the multi-hypenated star is also premiering his…
Gia Coppola proves to have quite the eye, if not quite the natural storytelling instinct of her cinematic kin, serving up a remarkably assured feature debut.