“Wiener-Dog” director Todd Solondz and stars Ellen Burstyn and Greta Gerwig stopped by the Variety Fandango Studio presented by Dockers at Sundance to talk the new movie, and what sets Solondz’s work…
Todd Solondz has taken on pedophiles, teen bullies, rapists and all manner of deviants. But nothing in his previous work will prepare audiences for his latest protagonist — an adorable dachshund. In…
Independent stalwart Todd Solondz has started shooting “Wiener-Dog,” starring Julie Delpy, Greta Gerwig, Kieran Culkin, Danny DeVito, Brie Larson, Ellen Burstyn, Zosia Mamet and Tracy Letts. The film…
BREAKTHROUGH ROLES Soko received a Gallic Cesar nomination for female newcomer for Xavier Giannoli's “In the Beginning” (2009), and played the younger version of the Beatrice Dalle character in…
Stuart Kleinman, who served as VP at ICM and headed Jodie Foster’s Egg Pictures, died April 22 in New York of a heart attack. He was 57. Kleinman was an enthusiastic film lover who attended NYU film…
2012 was a busy year for producer Louie, who worked on five different films, including critically acclaimed indie "California Solo," but she's long proved her adaptability and innovation.
Pasolini's "Teorema" is successfully transplanted to Dutch suburbia in the effective tragicomedy "The Deflowering of Eva van End."
Ash Christian's "Petunia" offers family mega-dysfunction in the cruelly funny mode of Todd Solondz, albeit with a bit less bile (and punch).
PRAGUE -- The Czech Republic's Karlovy Vary Festival will honor Susan Sarandon with its top kudo for artistic achievement.
Charlie Kaufman has cast Paul Reubens in his upcoming musical comedy ''Frank or Francis.''
Michael Di Jiacomo's "Somewhere Tonight," starring John Turturro, took home top audience honors at the second edition of the American Film Fest, Poland's emerging festival dedicated to U.S. indies…