Oscilloscope has nabbed rights in English-speaking territories to helmer Evan Glodell's directorial debut "Bellflower" with plans to release the pic Stateside this summer.
Sundance Film Festival
"Like Crazy," and "How to Die in Oregon" won the grand jury prizes for American films at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival awards ceremony on Saturday night.
Two documentary filmmakers infiltrate a mysterious cult in this taut, compelling low-budget feature.
Significant domestic deals for festival pics
Making their third Sundance pickup, Roadside Attractions has closed a deal for North American rights to Miranda July's second directorial effort "The Future," with theatrical release later this year.
As one of the more celebrated titles at this year's Sundance Film Festival, helmer Mike Cahill's "Another Earth" was awarded the Alfred P. Sloan Feature Film prize.
In the lastest news to come out of Sundance, New Video announced it has acquired Brit helmer David Sington's docu "The Flaw," with plans to release the film on DVD, cable video-on-demand and digital…
A predictable but pleasant Mexican-American take on "Sense and Sensibility."