Ever since "Reservoir Dogs" premiered at Sundance in 1992, providing the indie revolution with a populist shot in the arm much in the way "Bonnie & Clyde" foreshadowed the New American Cinema of the…
"Honestly, I like this a lot more than I like making movies," said director Jason Reitman as he took to the stage of the capacity-crowd Ryerson Theatre Friday night for a "Live Read" of Paul Thomas…
Amazon inked pact with Miramax under which it will offer hundreds of library titles to subscribers of Internet retailer's Prime Instant Video service.
Baby Boy, the partially-sighted poodle who appears in “Behind the Candelabra,” has been named the top dog of the Cannes Film Festival as winner of the Palm Dog award. Judged by film critics, the…
Fans of the mob genre gathered outside the AMC Empire on April 29 with the cast of "Once Upon a Time in Brooklyn" for its Gotham preem.
Stealth Media Group has obtained $25 million in senior and gap production financing for four movies with Michael Mendelsohn's Union Patriot Capital and Patriot Pictures.
Quentin Tarantino fans will get a gift this holiday season when "Reservoir Dogs" and "Pulp Fiction" return to theaters for one night only this December.
Two decades ago, Quentin Tarantino’s “Reservoir Dogs” stunned the Sundance Film Festival and boosted the status of the indie film — while also laying the groundwork for “Pulp Fiction.” Richard…
Above-the-line obituaries tend to generate big headlines and major retrospective packages in the media, but the untimely loss of a below-the-line worker usually receives far less attention.
While Quentin Tarantino's "Reservoir Dogs" oozed flop sweat and testosterone, Laura McGhee's "Reservoir Bitches" takes the same heist-gone-wrong scenario and flips it on its head, recasting all the…
In late 1991, Quentin Tarantino was a virtually unknown screenwriter who had just directed a feature, "Reservoir Dogs," that would soon launch him as one of the most influential filmmakers of his…