Everyone has been keeping their cool, meaning the right films have been going to the right distributors for the right price at Sundance.
Sundance Film Festival
A ballsy mix of interviews and editorializing that's daring enough to question a costly crackdown that has long had the public's support.
Hungry alien visitors try to make a meal out of a quaint Irish coastal village in "Grabbers," a comedy creature thriller that is a polished, watchable genre entertainment.
Greg Kinnear and Jennifer Connelly are in negotiations to star in "Writers," which will mark the feature helming debut of writer-director Josh Boone.
PARK CITY, Utah -- Entertainment One acquired North American rights to "Wish You Were Here," the directorial debut of Kieran Darcy-Smith starring Joel Edgerton.
IFC Films is in final negotiations to acquire writer-director Antonio Campos' "Simon Killer" for mid-six figures.
Parker Posey grabs the role of marginally psychotic supermarket schemer Susan Felders and squeezes it like an overripe organic cantaloupe.
This monotonously deadpan coming-of-age comedy has little to recommend it beyond some beautiful widescreen cinematography and the momentary kick of seeing David Duchovny looking like a stoned Jesus.
The American health care system is diagnosed up one side and down the other in the highly instructional docu.
Some classic gangster-movie tropes are taken for a ride in helmer Sally El Hosaini's "My Brother the Devil."