SAN SEBASTIAN – Underscoring rising market returns for select non-U.S. indie animated movies, FilmSharks International has announced more overseas sales on "Rodencia and the Princess' Tooth," Peru's…
Richard Ayoade branches out from "Submarine" with this dark and heady dystopian-noir cocktail adapted from Dostoevsky's novella.
If only everything in this limited series were as compelling as its unlikely leading man.
U.K. shingle Corona Pictures has nabbed TV and film rights to three books by bestselling scribe Wilbur Smith.
"The Take" offers the simple pleasure of Tom Hardy at his brutish, glowering best.
Encore is stepping into the original programming game with two miniseries, led by a "Moby Dick" adaptation starring William Hurt, Ethan Hawke and Gillian Anderson.
Sacha Bennett's feature revels in profane banter, cocaine-fueled aggression and casual misogyny.
What makes pic feel special is its unflinching honesty and lack of sentimentality or moralizing.
Strong, pacily told tale unfolds from the p.o.v. of a would-be exploiter rather than a victim.
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