Mike Cahill's 2011 film “Another Earth” wasn't a breakout hit, but the sci-fi allegory garnered no small amount of critical praise and admirers, some of whom attended Thursday's New York premiere of…
KARLOVY VARY, Czech Republic — The 49th edition of the Karlovy Vary Intl. Film Festival kicked off Friday with a ceremony at which Mel Gibson was awarded the Crystal Globe for outstanding artistic…
'I Origins' Helmer Mike Cahill Talks Science and Sequels as Sci-fi Pic Prepares to Open Karlovy Vary
Variety speaks to writer-director Mike Cahill, whose sci-fi mystery “I Origins” opens the Karlovy Vary Intl. Film Festival on Friday. The pic, which was purchased by Fox Searchlight for worldwide…
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The Karlovy Vary Intl. Film Festival will open with the international premiere of Mike Cahill's "I Origins," which will be attended by the film's lead actor Michael Pitt, Cahill and actress Astrid…
Mike Cahill is quickly becoming the science guy of Sundance. With only two narrative features to his name, both of which traveled to Park City, Cahill has twice now received the Sundance Institute's…
"I Origins" puts the eyes in sci-fi, recasting those proverbial windows to the soul as the key to so much more than philosophers, scientists or fashion photographers had ever previously considered.
'I Origins' stars Michael Pitt and Brit Marling talk about the movie and what drew them to the project. Director Mike Cahill talks about why he makes the films he does.
In an effort to help independent filmmakers achieve studio-quality sound effects, the Dolby Institute, which launched last year at the Sundance Film Festival, announced Wednesday the creation of the…
Complementary skill sets make pair perfect fit to steer org onward
A year ago, Zal Batmanglij was just one more guy with a no-budget film at Sundance.