'Linsanity' to bounce higher. 'Siddharth' sold to U.S., Australia, Hong Kong.
"Linsanity," the basketball documentary that was a sensation at last year's Sundance, has been acquired in China by Metan Development.
Variance Films has set a U.S. release for Roger Ross Williams' documentary “God Loves Uganda,” starting with New York City on Oct. 11. The film explores the role of the American Evangelical movement…
Samuel Goldwyn Films has snagged U.S. rights to “Anita,” the documentary about Anita Hall by Freida Mock, the helmer who picked up an Academy Award for 1994 docu “Maya Lin: A Strong Clear Vision.”…
"Linsanity," the documentary of the Houston Rockets' Asian-American basketball star Jeremy Lin, finds distribution in his parents' native Taiwan.
Ketchup Entertainment has acquired Evan Jackson Leong’s “Linsanity” and will release the documentary on Oct. 4. The Jeremy Lin doc, which premiered at Sundance, will launch in Boston, Los Angeles…
Hong Kong schoolboy Jeremy Lin secures deals for 'Breakfast Club'-like teen comedy
Fortissimo Films has taken on all rights outside North America and China to Sundance docu "Linsanity," about Asian American basketball star Jeremy Lin.
An example of long-term documentary filmmaking paying off in ways few could have anticipated, "Linsanity" energetically recounts Jeremy Lin's astonishing rise to NBA stardom.
When director Evan Leong and his crew first approached Jeremy Lin during his senior year at Harvard, the hope was to get enough material for a web series that might interest Asian-Americans…
Nothing if not timely, director Marta Cunningham's richly detailed, deeply affecting docu "Valentine Road" burrows into the case of a 2008 school shooting that took the life of Lawrence "Larry" King.
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