"People v. the State of Illusion" provides author Austin Vickers a glossy illustrated lecture to propagate his motivational message that we can escape our personal "prisons" through fundamental…
Competition is heating up in Brazil's nascent video-on-demand market, which is expected to expand rapidly over the next few years.
Layoffs at Summit Entertainment began this week, in the wake of its acquisition by Lionsgate, and those cut will include a handful of senior execs including TV distribution head Alex Fragen and home…
Debutante writer-helmer Olivia Silver's "Arcadia" features a dysfunctional family taking a road trip and stars John Hawkes: In every respect, it feels like a typical Sundance film, except that it…
Gray may be the new black for fashion, but it's a dull color scheme for helmer Giuliano Montaldo's "The Entrepreneur."
A road trip through Iran's vast rural spaces achieves an unlikely claustrophobia in wry black comedy "Mourning," young helmer Morteza Farshbaf's debut feature.
Madame Tussaud is getting her own lifelike reproduction on the bigscreen: Stephane Sperry has come on to produce "Madame T," a biopic of the famous wax-figure artist and revolutionary.
Bestselling British author and controversial politico Jeffrey Archer will team up with Toronto-based New Franchise Media in a deal for worldwide film, TV and digital rights for 10 of Archer's action…
Paul Dano will star in the indie drama "For Ellen." So Yong Kim ("In Between Days") is directing from her screenplay.
Universal took a step in the right direction by whittling Problem Child down to just 81 minutes but didn't go far enough. The studio should have excised another 75 minutes and released this…
Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! is a somewhat sordid, quite sexy and very violent murder-kidnap-theft meller which includes elements of rape, lesbianism and sadism, clothed in faddish leather and boots…