Nathanael Karmitz’s Paris-based outfit MK2 has acquired international sales rights to Naomi Kawase’s “Still the Water.” A Cannes Film Festival vet who served on this year’s Steven Spielberg’s jury…
Tom at the Farm
"Incendies" helmer Denis Villeneuve's psychological thriller "Enemy," based on Jose Saramago's novel "The Double" and starring Jake Gyllenhaal as a man and his double, will world preem in the Toronto…
"Gravity," "Under the Skin" and "Moebius" are among our critic's most hotly anticipated titles at this year's Venice Film Festival.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
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- Warren Beatty Honored by Kirk Douglas, Don Cheadle at Santa Barbara Fete
- Playback: Ben Foster on ‘Hell or High Water’ and Being a ‘Builder’ as an Actor
- ‘La La Land’ Named Best Film by New York Film Critics Circle (Full List)
ROME – Venice topper Alberto Barbera has unveiled a rich mix of name auteurs and newcomers, crowdpleasers and esoteric pics, with U.S. and U.K. titles playing prominently, in his lineup for the 70th…
Focusing on international sales and its French exhibition circuit, Nathanael Karmitz's MK2 is linking once more to Olivier Assayas and former MK2 producer Charles Gillibert, selling worldwide…
The producers of whacky Finnish sci-fi Nazis-on-the-moon spoof, "Iron Sky," are to start paying back investors who contributed around 10% of the movie's $10 million budget via crowd sourcing.
Every TV season triggers a media scavenger hunt to identify new trends, only to witness some of them proven wrong at breakneck speed.
An overlong Northern British heist caper with a wildly uneven tone and a needlessly scrambled narrative, but it suggests a higher intelligence beneath, waiting to flower down the road.
Percolate Prods. has set Kenton Duty ("Shake It Up!"), Katherine McNamara ("Madison High") and Dan Flaherty ("Skins") to star in "Contest," an indie feature that first-time helmer Ajay Giunta will…
This earnest, well-crafted drama is likely to pick up some admirers in niche release.
A Circassian Romeo and a Bedouin Juliet clandestinely meet at the center of a cross-cultural powder keg in the corny Jordanian costumer "Cherkess."