Wild Bunch has nabbed French distribution rights to Tom Hooper's "The King's Speech."
Toronto International Film Festival
The Toronto Film Fest started to wind down Thursday night with "Casino Jack."
Indie is such a grating turnoff throughout its first third that its minor virtues may be discovered only by insomniac latenight cable viewers.
Two diametrically opposed Italo women form an unlikely and unusual bond in "The Call."
Telepic-like indie drama is an ungainly multistrander set in the Otara suburb of South Auckland.
National Geographic Entertainment nabbed U.S. rights to Toronto Film Fest winner "The First Grader."
Frisky low-budget laffer "Jucy" transforms the chick pic into womance.
Zach Braff starrer suffers from major problems of tone as well as stilted camerawork and editing.