A heartbreaking collision of joyous, reckless youth, abject despair and cosmic disharmony.
Sundance Film Festival
Fox Searchlight has picked up its fourth Sundance title "Another Earth," helmed by Mark Cahill, for a reported $1.5 million-$2 million for domestic rights and all other English-speaking territories…
Suggests an extended "Twilight Zone" episode by way of a grief-therapy two-hander.
A gimlet-eyed glimpse into the roots of terrorism and the politics behind its prosecution.
An emotional and problematically assembled feature-length compilation.
It's hard to believe that 40 years ago, with Vietnam, Watergate and other lasting headlines vying for attention, people around the globe stood in thrall to chess.
The Weinstein Co. has closed a deal for worldwide rights to Jacob Aaron Estes' pic "The Details," which preemed Monday night at the Eccles Theater here in Sundance.
Though the crowds on Main Street were thinner, deals are continuing to trickle in for some of the Sundance fest's more sought-out films.
Alternately hilarious and discomfiting, and finally rather poignant, pic stands a decent chance of snagging niche theatrical deals before hitting home formats.
Winners of the inagural Sundance Institute/Mahindra Global Filmmaking Award include projects from Israel, Malaysia, Mexico and Romania.