Toni Collette and Thomas Haden Church give terrific performances in director Megan Griffiths' low-key charmer.
"Lucky Them," the latest from "Eden" helmer Megan Griffiths, charmed auds and potential buyers at its world premiere in Toronto Friday night, thanks to its breezy banter and the appealing, oddball…
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While "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey," and "Skyfall" have dramatically improved MGM's bottom line, the company's initial public offering may still be a long ways off. Knowledgeable sources say…
There are no easy rewards for the protagonist -- or indeed, the viewer -- of "It's All So Quiet," the austere but subtly powerful fifth feature of Dutch auteur Nanouk Leopold ("Wolfsbergen,"…
Though this potential franchise starter may not reposition Perry, solid business looks certain.
Phase 4 Films has acquired all North American rights to director Megan Griffiths' sex-slave drama "Eden" and plans a theatrical release early next year.
Cinema Management Group has acquired international distribution rights to sex-trafficking drama "Eden."
Scrupulously avoiding salaciousness and overstatement, "Eden" translates a true-life tale of human trafficking into an effectively low-key, arrestingly suspenseful drama.