Filmmakers Joe Brewster and Michele Stephenson dedicated 12 years of their family's life to "American Promise," an intimate look at what it's like to be young, black and male in a largely white…
Sundance Film Festival
A profoundly unnecessary movie.
A finely nuanced portrait of two gay men in a small Texas town slowly finding their way toward each other, "Pit Stop" is a low-key but ultimately deeply satisfying third feature from…
Sony Pictures Classics is wrapping up a deal to acquire U.S. and select foreign rights to John Krokidas' period drama "Kill Your Darlings," sources familiar with the negotiations have confirmed to…
CBS Films has acquired domestic rights to the coming-of-age comedy "Toy's House," which first-time helmer Jordan Vogt-Roberts directed from a screenplay by Chris Galletta.
Although there are moments when it feels the plot might move in unexpected directions, in the end, the expected cliches reign.
Director Christina Voros is here to educate rather than titillate, aiming to remove the unsavory stigma from an unusual leisure activity.
The script called for small upfront payments, day-and-date VOD pickups and leisurely negotiations. But a funny thing happened on the way to Sundance: John Cooper and Trevor Groth programmed a boffo…
Sundance Institute and Mahindra Group have tapped a quartet of features for their Global Filmmaking Awards -- Sarthak Dasgupta's "The Music Teacher," Jonas Capignano's "A Chjana," Aly Muritiba's "The…
The unjust dearth of Sapphic cinema helps explain, more than excuse, the desperate "Concussion," a head injury of a film in which a middle-aged suburban femme with a frigid wife and a bump on the…
Fox Searchlight has acquired North American rights, as well as most rights in major territories, to "The Way, Way Back." The comedy marks the directorial debut of "The Descendants" scribes Nat Faxon…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions