A disturbing but nonjudgmental study of online addiction and the lure of manufactured identities.
Sundance Film Festival
Sundance Channel is ramping up its original programming slate and will go forward with its first scripted miniseries.
A big carnival of media and politics swirls around farmer when he announces plans to kill himself.
An agreeable if sketchy look at a couple who give themselves a one-night pass to have sex with other people.
The Weinstein Co. has finalized its deal for "The Tillman Story," the second title that TWC's acquired from the 2010 Sundance film fest lineup.
Swiss-funded docu is perhaps too pokey and meditative for wide exposure.
A low-budget, high-energy translation of Michael Muhammad Knight's 2003 cult novel.
In a mid-six-figure deal, IFC Films has acquired North American rights to Ricki Stern and Anne Sundberg's "Joan Rivers -- A Piece of Work."
C.K. riffs on American idiocy in a way that's exhaustingly funny if you're into it at all.
Relativity Media's Rogue Pictures has picked up North American and U.K. rights to Sundance Film Fest docu "Catfish."
A year in the life of a woman who trailblazed for today's female comics and remains as driven, hard-working and career-focused as ever.