Sundance Selects has U.S. rights to Roman Polanski's "Venus in Fur" following its world premiere at Cannes.
ICM Partners is beefing up its film lit ranks, naming Cinetic Media's Bart Walker as a partner in the percentery.
Director Julian Schnabel's decade-spanning, controversy-stirring portrait of Arab sisterhood is now set to open Friday in a U.S.-only re-edited version that clocks in at 106 minutes
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"The Diving Bell and the Butterfly" director Julian Schnabel will be among the honorees feted at the American Foundation for AIDS Research (amfAR) Gala on Jan. 31.
Adapting the autobiography of gay Cuban novelist and poet Reinaldo Arenas, artist turned filmmaker Julian Schnabel has fashioned a dense, emotionally satisfying portrait of a man, a time and a place…
The second movie this year to feature Andy Warhol and the New York art scene as a backdrop, albeit in a different decade, "Basquiat" is a decently modest, though decidedly unexciting, attempt to…
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