Women behind some of the year's most acclaimed films are considered longshots for Academy Awards attention.
Kelly Reichardt's "Certain Women," a study of the lives of three very different women in Montana, won best film at the 60th BFI London Film Festival Saturday. "In a vibrant year for cinema it was the…
Few contemporary filmmakers can do quite as much with quiet as Kelly Reichardt.
Most indie auteurs comfortably orbit the red hot sun that is big budget, tent pole-driven Hollywood, more than happy to exchange their artistic vision and the eternal quest for financing for a shot…
Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions has bought worldwide rights for Kelly Reichardt’s untitled Montana-set drama, starring Laura Dern, Kristen Stewart, Michelle Williams and James LeGros. The film…
Kristen Stewart has joined Michelle Williams and Laura Dern in Kelly Reichardt’s untitled drama, set in Montana. Stewart will portray a lawyer from Boise, Idaho, who takes a teaching job several…
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…
Kelly Reichardt’s Oregon-set gripping environmental thriller “Night Moves” has won the 39th Deauville American Film Festival Grand Prize. The Jury nod was awarded to both J.C. Chandor’s “All Is Lost,”…
Jonathan Glazer's alien adventure deserves the Golden Lion. But why wasn't Alfonso Cuaron's space odyssey in competition?
Kelly Reichardt blends her lucid observational approach with a procedural-thriller format to intelligent and engrossing effect.
As the Venice Film Festival celebrates its 70th year, its lineup looks to the future, with a bold mix of name auteurs and newcomers, crowdpleasers and esoteric pics, sandwiched between two high-end…
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