For a movie about fighting for what you believe in, "Made in Dagenham" never puts a toe out of line.
Toronto International Film Festival
Director Charles Ferguson ("No End in Sight") discusses Wall St. documentary "Inside Job" at the Variety Studio in Toronto. The Matt Damon-narrated doc, which kicked off the Toronto Festival's…
What do people do, when the law prevents them from protecting themselves?
Fans of "Let the Right One In" can relax.
Brit indie shingle-distrib Revolver Entertainment has unveiled new project, "The Wilds."
Gareth Unwin is currently in development on another period pic "The Lady Who Went Too Far."
The U.S. acquisitions market at the Toronto Film Festival got underway in earnest.
"Even the Rain" bravely calls into question its own existence.
Buyers and sellers hit the ground running at the Toronto Film Festival
Blighty's Swipe Films gets worldwide rights to controversial Indian pic "The Girl in Yellow Boots."
French director-actor Guillaume Canet, who first gained attention in the U.S. with the thriller "Tell No One," is leading a triple assault on the U.S. market.