A clueless Kazak reporter learns about America in uproariously funny mockumentary "Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan." Lead character invented by…
Jorge Sanchez-Cabezudo finds an unlikely home for film noir in the forgotten hinterlands of the Spanish interior with his gripping, assured debut "The Night of the Sunflowers." A dark, substantial…
Already a familiar-enough conceit to have earned its own subgenre nickname (zom-com), the zombie comedy gets a frisky yet strangely familiar workout in "Fido." This tale of a boy and his zombie is…
"Death of a President" seemed to cause more of a stir before its world premiere on Sunday night at the Toronto International Film Festival than afterwards.
Without the Weinstein Co., the Toronto Film Festival would be pretty slow going. Gotham company made two major buys on Sunday, scooping up all rights to the much-pursued "Vince Vaughn's Wild West…
In "Penelope's" whirlwind pre-title sequence, Mark Palansky establishes a confident narrative grasp and eccentric visual style, creating a richly imagined canvas that blends old worlds and new.
Nascent shingles reveal what they aim to bring to the domestic distribution biz.
Mention the word "bankable" to any producer or sales exec and you'll get a long sigh. "Apart from a handful of mega stars that nobody can afford anyways, nobody is bankable anymore," laments one…
Update your address books ... again. The one consistent thing about the specialized film sector is that it's constantly in flux. While the studios' strategy of releasing lower budget films through…
Warner Independent Pictures has spent much of its young life in limbo -- including the better part of the past year -- thanks to the strained relationship between former WIP prez Mark Gill and his…