A list of events, screenings and panels from the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival.
"Tell me a story," a newly abandoned wife implores her sympathetic father-in-law in the lushly romantic drama "Someone I Loved."
The Drama League has announced the long list of nominees for its five competitive award categories. The all-inclusive array includes ten new tuner nominees, 11 new plays and more than 70 performers.
In the latest salvo in the Lionsgate battle, Carl Icahn has extended his offer to buy $325 million of the mini-major's debt until May 1 -- even though the offer has generated mostly yawns so far from…
Indian police are investigating claims and counterclaims by the parents of a child star in "Slumdog Millionaire" after a British tabloid alleged the father tried to sell the 9-year-old girl to an…
There's nothing like a little sex, drugs and rock and roll to sell a movie.
Antena 3 Films has taken Spanish distribution rights to Luc Besson's animation pic "Arthur and the Revenge of Maltazard," consolidating its entry into all rights film distribution for Spain.
The international launches of Fox's "Ice Age 3" and Disney's "G-Force" are among highlights of Italy's Giffoni Film Festival for children, which is expanding its purview and renaming itself Giffoni…
Vitagraph Films has acquired U.S. distribution rights to Uli Edel's Oscar-nominated terrorist drama "The Baader Meinhof Complex."
Ultimately resembling an elongated episode of "The Office," were it stripped of humor and played for Scorsesean pathos.
Despite the tough economic climate, especially in the indie sector, GreeneStreet Films has landed a four-year revolving credit facility with CIT Group.