As Toronto draws to a close, it's clear that this year's edition failed to repeat the buying frenzy of last year, which saw major players including the Weinstein Co. and Sony Pictures Worldwide…
While his keynote speech on Thursday may have been informative, IM Global's Stuart Ford couldn't have made the indie producers in attendance at the Film Finance Forum very happy.
Since Toronto's opening day, President Obama's jobs-bill speeches and the rollercoaster of financial news from the Euro zone has reminded film execs of economic uncertainties they face at home.
Joshua Rush has joined the cast of Fox and Walden Media co-production "Us and Them" starring Billy Crystal and Bette Midler
Consider this Hollywood anomaly: While fewer movies are being made, fewer writers are being hired, fewer actors are finding gigs and fewer filmmakers are closing deals, one job category is expanding…
Valerie Donzelli's "Declaration of War" has been selected to represent France in the foreign-language Oscar race.
U.K. tyke favorite "Postman Pat" will deliver his first movie as the character celebrates his 30th birthday.
A kinetic, savvy but essentially one-joke shoot-'em-up, Tamae Garateguy's "Pompeya " lampoons the Tarantino-inspired subgenre of indie films by imagining three screenwriters penning a movie that…
The soul-stirring fusion of joy and heartache that burns like a current through the music of Sigur Ros comes through loud and clear in "Inni," the second concert film built around the massively…
"Cuchera" doesn't quite amount to a bait-and-switch, but what's set up as an expose segues into sex shows, violence and a fetishistic fascination with homosexuality.
You wish the wraith-like creature known as Hollowface would just hurry up and get on with it in "Intruders," a fitfully creepy, overly protracted chiller that plays more like a noncommittal sampler…