Atom Egoyan's starry dramatization of the West Memphis Three case transforms a fascinating tale of small-town prejudice and miscarried justice into a surprisingly staid courtroom drama.
West Of Memphis
Hollywood’s latest feature about the West Memphis Three debuted with a press and industry screening Friday morning at the Toronto Film Festival, offering another passionate look into the Arkansas…
Dakota Fanning and Danielle Macdonald have joined the cast of Amy Berg's crime drama "Every Secret Thing," joining Diane Lane and Elizabeth Banks.
Opting for a mix of mainstream and speacialty titles, members of the Writers Guild of America have nominated John Gatins for "Flight," Rian Johnson for "Looper," Paul Thomas Anderson for "The…
Despite recent news that "West of Memphis" did not make the Acad doc shortlist, spirits were high at the Friday-night preem at Gotham's Florence Gould Hall.
New Academy rules look to expand the doc nominees beyond usual niche fare
The Variety Studio launched its third installment at TIFF with back-to-back interviews with some of the festival's most buzzed about films and filmmakers.
After directing the acclaimed documentaries "Deliver Us From Evil" and "West of Memphis," Amy Berg is set to make her narrative helming debut with "Every Secret Thing," a feature adaptation of Laura…
After a nationwide search for the right actor to play Damien Echols -- the West Memphis Three defendant who recently got off death row -- Atom Egoyan has tapped unknown drama student James Hamrick…
Sony Pictures Classics has dated Jacques Audiard's romance-suspenser "Rust and Bone" for a Nov. 16 release in the U.S.
Jessie Misskelley Jr., one of the West Memphis Three, has come on to exec produce Atom Egoyan's "Devil's Knot," which is set to star Colin Firth and Reese Witherspoon.
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