Ahmad Abdalla's follow-up to "Microphone" is a nihilistic look at the poorest strata of Egyptian society in the throes of the 2011 Revolution.
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A government office that functions much like "The Office" is the setting for a sparkling and savvy comedy of political manners from the unlikely hand of veteran French auteur Bertrand Tavernier.
Things are looking pretty sweet for Fox Searchlight, with critical kudos and Oscar buzz rolling in for Steve McQueen's provocative "12 Years a Slave"— one of four pics the company celebrated at its…
Scooping up two awaited Spanish titles, Madrid-based Imagina International Sales has closed world sales rights to the Sony-distribbed "Who Killed Bambi?", the latest film from "The Orphanage"…
A day after their “The Fifth Estate” opened the Toronto Film Festival, Participant Media is re-teaming with DreamWorks’ on “The Hundred-Foot Journey,” starring Helen Mirren and Manish Dayal. “Journey”…
Independent financing has always meant cobbling together a variety of sources, and in the past five years, financing against music licensing has become another funding source to add to the indie…
Curtis Burch, exec-turned-producer, is developing "The Loss of Nameless Things," based on the life of the late playwright Oakley Hall III. Burch's comic drama "Words and Pictures," starring Juliette…
The Coen Brothers’ “Inside Llewyn Davis,” Steve McQueen's "12 Years A Slave" and Alfonso Cuaron's 3D sci-fi thriller "Gravity" are all set to screen at this year's BFI London Film Festival. The…
Martin Cassidy, who acted and sang in theater, on television and in feature films, died in Los Angeles on August 26 following a prolonged illness. He was 75. The handsome Irish tenor began his career…
Battling robots isn't exactly a new idea for reality TV, which doesn't prevent Syfy's "Robot Combat League," a self-explanatory title if there ever was one, from being kind of a goofy kick.
Based on the narrow sweep of CBS dramas, this one looks better positioned than most to live up to its name.