The New Yorker unveiled its cover issue commemorating the Supreme Court rulings on same-sex marriage: an illustration of Bert and Ernie from “Sesame Street,” cuddling in front of a TV set, watching…
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Iconic film distributor New Yorker Films has returned, a year after closing down abruptly.
Dan Talbot, the renowned art-film exhibitor and distributor, "never cared about the film marketplace," he says. "How I managed to survive all these years with zero interest in the business end of…
New Yorker Films has acquired U.S. rights to romantic comedy "The Treatment," directed by Oren Rudavsky and starring Chris Eigeman, Famke Janssen and Ian Holm.
Indie distributor New Yorker Films has picked up all domestic rights to Israeli filmmaker Amos Gitai's "Free Zone," starring Natalie Portman, from BAC Films Intl.
United Artists this week agreed to option the screen rights to a New Yorker magazine story that ran less than a month ago.