Dipping into Spain's seemingly bottomless well of genre talent, Spanish specialist Filmax has acquired world sales rights to Alfredo Montero's "In Darkness We Fall."
In Darkness We Fall
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Variety has been writing about up-and-coming thesp Mackenzie Davis for the better part of a year, but today is the first time she'll truly be in the spotlight, as Drake Doremus' "Breathe In"…
Hong Kong action maestro Johnnie To takes his genre filmmaking savvy to the mainland in "Drug War," a nail-biter that's actually quite light on action but so well-scripted and shot, it's nonetheless…
The Hollywood Film Awards is not one of those trophy-giving orgs that sticks to the glitz and skips the below-the-line talent. Take Sarah Greenwood (Hollywood Production Designer Award).
Episodic submissions, not the competitors' seasonal qualities, drive the voting process
The major studios are driving hard to stop distributing 35mm prints in North America by the end of 2013, but one sector remains tied to traditional film prints: the drive-in movie biz.
Inspired by the case of Kim and Krickitt Carpenter (upgraded to Channing Tatum and Rachel McAdams onscreen), "The Vow" reps that most welcome kind of Valentine's Day offering, focusing on the…
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