Cinedigm has acquired all North American rights to Kelly Reichardt’s “Night Moves,” following its world premiere at the Venice and North American premiere at the Toronto Film Festival. Jesse…
Richard Ayoade branches out from "Submarine" with this dark and heady dystopian-noir cocktail adapted from Dostoevsky's novella.
Kelly Reichardt blends her lucid observational approach with a procedural-thriller format to intelligent and engrossing effect.
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Entertainment One has acquired rights in English speaking territories to offbeat comedy “Teen Lust,” starring Cary Elwes, Kristin Bauer van Straten ("True Blood"), Jesse Carere ("Skins"), Daryl…
Reality shingle 44 Blue Productions has inked an exclusive deal with Jesse Draper to bring Draper’s web series “The Valley Girl Show” to TV, and develop a biz competish show titled “What Women…
The eighth "Jesse Stone" movie, "Benefit of the Doubt," will be the last produced for CBS, its producer confirmed.
Glibly amusing and fitfully perceptive comedy follows a wife and husband determined to stay best friends following their weirdly amicable split.
Jay Baruchel thinks it's ridiculous that he and writing partner Jesse Chabot wound up working on two sports movies back-to-back, the hockey comedy "Goon" and "Baseballissimo."
The seventh "Jesse Stone" movie opens in such dark, dour and deliberate fashion as to bring CBS about as close as it'll ever get to Ingmar Bergman territory.
Show seems intended for an audience more apt to live in the woods waiting for the apocalypse.
"Jesse James" is one of the best Westerns of the 1970s, which represents the highest possible praise