It may sound like an organization that teaches wannabes how to swim with the big fish in Hollywood. But the School of Film Agents, announced at the recent New Horizons Film Festival in Wroclaw…
For Scott Glosserman, founder and CEO of online demand-it platform Gathr, it makes sense to focus more on per-screening averages rather than average per-screen. While traditional theatrical releases…
Tugg, a do-it-yourself releasing platform, has announced that fans and filmmakers have screened 180 different films in over 300 different cities in the the year since it launched.
Indies excited by alternative distribution plans while financiers jumping on bandwagon
Sundance Institute's Artist Services program has expanded its self-distribution opportunities to filmmakers, with the added support of six orgs.
As some lament physical DVD declines, others foresee digital goldmine
At the tender age of 21, Nicolas Gonda joined Terrence Malick's "The New World" as a music supervisor and post-production coordinator. Seven years later he earned a producer credit for "To the…
With the Friday opening of its "A Late Quartet," eOne said it aims to keep growing its year-old distribution arm to 12-15 titles per year.
Demand-it Web platform Tugg has added indie distributor Film Movement to its roster of industry partners, adding 15 arthouse pics from Film Movement to the company's library.
ARC Entertainment has acquired North American distribution rights to Matthew Lillard's directorial debut, "Fat Kid Rules the World."
Earlier this year, Michigan-based film fan Joshua Thompson demonstrated he had had enough of paying high prices for theater concessions: He filed a class-action lawsuit against his local AMC Theater.