Some promotional marriages are obvious, like consumer goods corporations and megabudget movies, which unite to reach massive audiences.
It's a safe bet that when the inaugural Deauville festival was held in 1975, its all-American lineup was largely inspired by the kinds of movies being backed and distributed by Paramount under…
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The Maze Runner
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A Walk Among the Tombstones
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This Is Where I Leave You
This Is Where I Leave You3Weekend:$11.9M
Now in its 29th year, the Telluride Film Festival (Aug. 30-Sept. 2), is an end-of-summer ritual for well-heeled cinephiles.
Deauville, the French fest dedicated to American cinema, is an apt launch pad for TFM -- a new theatrical distribution venture between Gallic broadcaster TF1 and U.S. indie heavyweight Miramax.
Commercial and episodic TV helmer Matthew Penn will make his feature directing debut with "The Root," a low-budget feature to be produced by Avram Ludwig and Michael Alden.
Film festivals have multiplied at an alarming rate in the last few years. With over 600 festivals worldwide, a production company or distributor might have to hire a full-time person just to…
The French are doffing their berets to producer Jerry Weintraub with the Coup de Chapeau honor for his lifetime achievement in film at the 28th Deauville Festival of American Film.
Free-flowing wine in the theater lobby, lavish parties at local winery estates, and a chance to talk film with an eclectic group of filmmakers and locals -- what's not to like? The 5-year-old Sonoma…