Tribeca Film, the distributor loosely affiliated with the Tribeca Film Festival, has snagged U.S. rights to Neil LaBute’s “Some Velvet Morning” for a theatrical and digital release later this year…
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In today’s hyper-caffeinated age, precious little lives up to its hype. But the “Breaking Bad” finale — perhaps appropriately — got the chemistry just right. From the first frame to the last on a…
There are endurance tests, and then there is Wang Bing's nearly four-hour plunge into the daily tedium and long-term despair of life in a mainland Chinese mental hospital.
Daniel Schechter's sly, cleverly plotted caper reps a fitting memorial to the late Elmore Leonard.
With its cutesy title, John Carney's "Can a Song Save Your Life?" distracts from the real question looming large over the "Once" director's latest: Can Keira Knightley sing?
With the 38th Toronto Film Festival at the halfway point, Harvey Weinstein has raised hopes for a high-powered finish following his company's $7 million deal for writer-director John Carney's "Can a…
This uniquely intertwined dual portrait of a country music icon and his Jewish-Canadian promoter should attract a diverse audience.
One of Steve Coogan's finest comic creations makes an effortless transition to the bigscreen.
In what promises to be a spirited campaign, longtime business agent Steve Dayan is challenging Leo Reed for secretary-treasurer of Local 399 of the Intl. Brotherhood of Teamsters.
Open Road Films has acquired U.S. rights to Jon Favreau's comedy "Chef” and set a May 9, 2014 release date. Favreau is directing “Chef" from his own screeplay and will star along with Sofia Vergara…