SnagFilms has shifted its focus to ViewLift, a technology and services suite for building Internet video properties, announcing about $8 million in funding earmarked for the over-the-top business…
“It’s Not Over,” a feature-length documentary about three young people living with or affected by HIV, will be available worldwide on Netflix and SnagFilms on Dec. 1. The documentary, from filmmaker…
SnagFilms has acquired the prison documentary “Lost for Life” with plans to release the film via iTunes beginning July 18. Joshua Rofé directed the pic with Ted Leonsis, Rick Allen, Mark Jonathan…
A critical digest of the week's latest U.S. theatrical releases. Where applicable, links to longer reviews have been provided. Elysium Distributor: Sony So close and yet so far, the colony of Elysium…
This bio of World Boxing Council lightweight champ Ray "Boom Boom" Mancini connects on emotional levels.
As Hollywood takes advantage of new digital platforms to distribute — and monetize — its content, Starbucks is about to play a more important role for studios as a revenue source. The coffee chain…
New York-based praisery Frank PR has promoted three of its staffers, with Tiffany Malloy tapped to become a director of publicity at the firm. Stephanie Davidson will step up to manager of publicity…
Digital distribution shingle SnagFilms has announced $6 million in new financing from existing investors and new shareholder CNF Investments.
The Sundance Film Festival attracts a wide variety of independent and studio-affiliated distributors. Meet some of the nearly 40 companies that are shopping for pics at this year's fest.
Freedom is good and the Taliban is very bad in "Black Tulip," a well-intentioned drama that would play much better if it didn't feel the need to make that message quite so heavy-handedly obvious.
SnagFilms has acquired domestic distribution rights to a pair of documentaries -- "The House I Live In," winner of the grand jury prize at Sundance, and "Beware of Mr. Baker," winner of the grand…