Peter Fonda is set to appear in "Banker to the Poor" about Muhammad Yunus, who won a Nobel prize in 2006 for inventing the groundbreaking microcredit loans that empowered the poor in third world…
Now that HBO has greenlighted the new series "Game of Thrones," it's not just TV execs who are hoping for the next "True Blood."
Jeanette Maier's real-life misadventures have been so borderline incredible that she already has inspired a sensationally titled TV movie.
Miley Cyrus' sizable t(w)een audience will surely lend its ears to "The Last Song."
Former Sony Pictures exec Benjamin Feingold is joining Hill & Knowlton as a senior adviser.
Thirty-year-old Gotham nonprofit IFP has added a new Distribution Lab to its lineup of programs devoted to helping filmmakers complete, market and distribute a first film.
Somewhere between Belgium and the back of one man's mind exists a surreal WWII outpost called Marwencol.
A young man's grief over the death of his girlfriend leads to an intriguing if inconclusive variation on a vision quest.
A young man's stumbling journey toward redemption and an old man's fumbling quest for his past cross paths.
Cross-cultural romance is put under the Nipponese microscope in this quaint romantic comedy.
"Thunder Soul" offers a heaping helping of uplift.