The Weinstein Co. has closed a deal for worldwide rights to Jacob Aaron Estes' pic "The Details," which preemed Monday night at the Eccles Theater here in Sundance.
Though the crowds on Main Street were thinner, deals are continuing to trickle in for some of the Sundance fest's more sought-out films.
With its leading tally of a dozen Academy Award nominations, "The King's Speech" will likely see the biggest Oscar bounce at the box office.
Alternately hilarious and discomfiting, and finally rather poignant, pic stands a decent chance of snagging niche theatrical deals before hitting home formats.
Winners of the inagural Sundance Institute/Mahindra Global Filmmaking Award include projects from Israel, Malaysia, Mexico and Romania.
Icon Film Distribution has snapped up rights to Lee Tamahori's pic "The Devil's Double" for Australia and New Zealand for a six-figure sum.
The strengths and weaknesses of the late "Great Communicator" are well articulated in "Reagan."
Carl Reiner will return as host for Saturday's Directors Guild of America Awards at the Century Plaza, marking the 23rd time Reiner will have hosted.
Photojournalist-turned-filmmaker Danfung Dennis' "Hell and Back Again" vigorously embraces a grunt's eye view of war and its aftereffects.
Major industry players have made good on their threat to boycott the Tokyo Anime Fair, which is due to unspool March 24-27.
Summit Entertainment is in negotations to acquire distribution rights to indie coming-of-age drama "The Perks of Being a Wallflower."