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…
Chris Hardwick’s Nerdist Industries, best known for its weekly podcasts and YouTube videos, has entered the film biz, partnering with Tribeca Film to co-release the comedy “Zero Charisma.” Film is…
“Waiting for Superman” director Davis Guggenheim has started shooting a feature-length documentary on 15-year-old Pakistani education activist Malala Yousafzai, with Walter Parkes and Laurie…
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James Franco doesn’t have a lot of down time these days. From museum art installations to directing and starring in various Hollywood features, the 35 year-old actor remains one of the most vocal…
Not since Trekkie fantasy "Free Enterprise" has a homespun geeksploitation comedy plunged so deep into the heart of nerd culture and lived to tell about it as "Zero Charisma," which simultaneously…
Austin — SXSW Film auds have chosen Destin Daniel Cretton’s dramedy “Short Term 12” as their fave pic in the 2013 Narrative Feature Competition program, the festival announced Saturday, along with…
2012 was a busy year for producer Louie, who worked on five different films, including critically acclaimed indie "California Solo," but she's long proved her adaptability and innovation.
Carter Blanchard has come on to write "Spy Hunter" for Warner Bros.
Henry Selick has revived stop-motion project "The Shadow King," bringing on "Beasts of the Southern Wild" producer Josh Penn and taking the project to the European Film Market in Berlin.
A combination of new and familiar faces decorates the Visual Effects Society's 2013 board of directors, which was announced Tuesday.
Women In Film feted filmmakers Jordana Spiro, Martha Shane and Lana Wilson at its seventh annual Sundance Filmmakers Panel this week.