The Quad Cinema, the Greenwich Village theater that was New York City’s first multiplex, will reopen in April with upgrades and renovations to its facilities, tech, seats and branding. The…
PARIS — As part of the 20th Rendez-Vous With French Cinema fest, Unifrance Films, Kino Lorber and IFC Center will be hosting a special screening of Daniel Leconte’s documentary “Though Being Loved by…
The blowback has begun for New York’s IFC Center, which is permitting teenage audiences to attend IFC Films’ NC-17-rated French-language pic, “Blue Is the Warmest Color.” Tim Winter, president of the…
IFC Films' "Blue is the Warmest Color" opened to about $101,000 domestically this weekend in the thick of multiple controversies surrounding the film's release.
When the Federal Trade Commission released in March a survey revealing that an all-time low 24% of teenagers succeeded in buying tickets to R-rated movies, the results painted a media-friendly…
Those sex scenes in Abdellatif Kechiche’s three-hour long NC-17 lesbian drama “Blue Is the Warmest Color” have been polarizing the talent, and now exhibitors are taking a stance, too. In New York…
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