A high-octane bio of one of auto racing's greatest figures.
Sundance Film Festival
Continuing a flurry of Sundance activity Sunday, Fox Searchlight announced it has acquired worldwide rights to Gavin Wiesen's directorial debut "Homework."
In his latest stunt, helmer Kevin Smith pandered to a packed Sundance crowd following the preem of his pic "Red State," telling auds he was going to self-distribute his $4 million project.
Most festgoers know that the first Sunday is no "lazy Sunday," and this year's Sundance, with buyers bidding and agents fielding offers until the wee hours, proved no exception.
The Weinstein Co. has closed snapped up rights for "My Idiot Brother" here at Sundance for a reported $6 million to $7 million and a $15 million P&A commitment for a wide theatrical release.
Jacobs' slow-building portrait of a late bloomer makes this poetic pic an outsider even among outsider movies.
Blood is thicker than varnish remover in "Restoration," a handsome production of intriguing surfaces.
Doc is like a hipster's King Tut's tomb, and History Films' involvement assures cable exposure.
Wonks meet everyday Joes to explain the economic crisis in David Sington's intelligent "The Flaw."
The lifeblood drains early from "Vampire," the English-language debut of Japanese multihyphenate Iwai Shunji.