Outlaw Prods. has inked a two-year, first-look deal with Columbia Pictures. Outlaw was headed by producer Bobby Newmyer until his death in December. It will continue on under his wife, producer…
Fearful of what the future might hold for his two young daughters, filmmaker Turk Pipkin seeks solutions for world problems in "Nobelity," an amiably sincere and politely thought-provoking docu in…
The New York Times and Gotham-based digital cinema distributor Emerging Pictures have teamed up for an eight-month film series, showcasing pics from Indiewire's annual Undiscovered Gems list.
Taut, visceral and predictably gut-wrenching, "United 93" trades in some emotional impact for authenticity, capturing the overwhelming sense of chaos surrounding that day's harrowing events.
A small-scale war pic about a lost patrol of Australian soldiers in 1942 New Guinea, "Kokoda" is long on the muddy-bloody details of jungle warfare and short on fleshedout characters. Story is the…
In the early days of movie advertising, trailers announced virtually every upcoming feature with shameless hyperbole. Now one docu exposes the artistry behind the advertising: "Coming Attractions"…
In New York: Maria Riva has written a tremendously moving book about her mother, Marlene Dietrich, "A Woman At War," to be published in June.
There's a delicate whiff of mothballs in "The Tiger Brigades," a dense period thriller set in 1912 France. Inspired by a popular French TV series of the '70s, pic sports a mix of idealism, duty…
A captivating, exquisitely lensed widescreen tale inspired by a true incident, "Serko" follows a young Cossack as he rides his pony-sized horse 4,000 miles from southern Siberia to St. Petersburg…
"The Color Purple," "The Drowsy Chaperone," "Jersey Boys" and "The Wedding Singer" were the four Broadway tuners to score nominations from the Drama League, some of the first award nods of the season.