Taking advantage of increasing film production in Louisiana encouraged by the state's aggressive tax credits, Millennium Studios formally opened its doors Thursday in Shreveport.
Phase 4 Films has acquired North American rights to "Lucky," a dark comedy from Gil Cates Jr.
Docu-centric distributor Balcony Releasing has picked up Greg Jacobs and John Siskel's "Louder Than a Bomb" for release in U.S. theaters later this spring.
A relentlessly manic high-school horror-comedy that will leave most viewers winded after the first reel.
The Feast at Hong Gate is one of the iconic events in Chinese history, a meeting between two warring generals fighting for control of ancient China. And now it is to be the subject of four major…
A serious-minded and entertaining piece of anthropological cinema that will appeal to art-film auds and armchair travelers alike.
Plumbing the depths of the generation gap, helmer Li Yu ("Lost in Beijing") reaches an Asian indie apex with her earthy, energetic drama "Buddha Mountain."
Pic describes the parabolic ups and downs of the career of Hole drummer Patty Schemel and should attract grunge curiosity-seekers in theatrical and tube play.
Pic has just the right commercial elements and broad (but not too broad) comic tone to translate to solid B.O. numbers locally and in specialty Stateside venues catering to Latino auds.
A profound expression of the twin powers of life and death animates Tatiana Huezo's sublime documentary debut, "The Tiniest Place."
This compelling though frenetic doc will garner considerable fest interest, despite being a fairly dated report.