Sony Pictures Classics has acquired all North American rights to Ritesh Batra’s feature debut “The Lunchbox,” a Cannes Critics’ Week standout. A feel-good romantic comedy with culinary accents, pic…
An indie Indian pic with the crossover appeal of 'Monsoon Wedding,' Ritesh Batra's debut is sure to be gobbled up by audience-friendly fests before heading into niche cinemas.
As showbiz gets increasingly global, U.S. talent reps are establishing more outposts around the world.
"Senna" director Asif Kapadia is developing an untitled documentary on the late singer/songwriter Amy Winehouse with Focus Features introducing the project to buyers at Cannes.
A gently transporting work of all-ages entertainment that melds a harrowing high-seas adventure with a dreamy meditation on the very nature of storytelling.
Bigtime Bollywood meets small-town India with quietly entertaining, finally moving results in "Billu Barber."
In the capable hands of director Mira Nair (bouncing back from the critically and commercially disappointing "Vanity Fair"), Jhumpa Lahiri's wildly popular novel about two generations of a Bengali…
Bollywood meets the Bard in "Maqbool," a transposition of Shakespeare's "Macbeth" to the criminal denizens of modern Mumbai that's a clever idea but doesn't grip as a pure gangster yarn. Less…