A lean and suspenseful genre piece that follows a bloody trail of vengeance to its cruel, absurd and logical conclusion.
Warsaw-based New Europe Film Sales has launched a documentary arm topped by Polish doc producer Anna Wydra. The first pic on its slate is "The Art of Disappearing," from Bartek Konopka and Piotr…
Strand Releasing has acquired U.S. rights to Matt Porterfield's family drama “I Used to Be Darker,” three months after its world premiere at Sundance. “Darker” also had an international premiere at…
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Warsaw-based New Europe Film Sales has picked up international rights for "Papusza," the story of the first published Romany Gypsy woman poet, whose verses enraged her patriarchal community.
A movie of careful entrances and exits, Matt Porterfield's "I Used to Be Darker" chronicles the dissolution of a marriage through the eyes of a runaway cousin who drops in unannounced.
David M. Rosenthal's "A Single Shot," starring Sam Rockwell and William H. Macy, is among four U.S. films that will unspool in the Berlin Film Festival's Forum section, which unveiled its complete…
The Berlinale Co-Production Market is growing this year.
PRAGUE -- Poland's third American Film Festival will host six U.S. indie pics at its works-in-progress session, including Matt Porterfield's "I Used to Be Darker."
Pedro Gonzalez-Rubio's "Alamar" and Matt Porterfield's "Putty Hill," shared best pic and director honors at Chile's Santiago Film Fest Awards on Monday.
A curious blend of documentary and narrative.