Throwing the conventional sports-movie formula a curve, "Moneyball" offers an uncannily sharp, penetrating look at how Oakland Athletics general manager Billy Beane helped reinvent baseball.
Toronto International Film Festival
Montreal producer Andre Rouleau of Carmel Films has won the 6th annual CMPA Producer's Award of $10,000 (Canadian), it was announced Thursday afternoon at the Toronto film festival.
Alcon Entertainment has gone hog wild, closing a deal with Canadian animation studio Arc Prods. to develop the latter's short "Ormie" into a feature film with Arc co-producing. Deal was announced…
Financing-sales company IM Global has finalized a joint venture dubbed the 1840 Fund with New York-based investment firm Penny Black.
Maya Entertainment has acquired the foreign rights to the drama "The Last Rites of Joe May," written and directed by Joe Maggio and starring Dennis Farina.
Distributor Tribeca Film has picked up U.S. rights to Tony Kaye drama "Detachment," which world preemed at the Tribeca Film Festival earlier this year.
A young farmer in south-central France desperately attempts to hold on to a dying lifestyle.
Young filmmakers' punk rock approach to cinema
Toronto's mix of cultures, multiple ethnic enclaves and a buzzing downtown -- where the new focus of the fest has moved -- mean a lively urban backdrop for the festgoers. Meanwhile, Yorkville…
Buzzy pics ranging from horror and suspense to comedies that sales agents are pushing for international distribution at the annual bazaar.
Acad rule change, greater selection gooses genre at fest