A superbly wrought yarn set in the milieu of Russian mobsters in London, "Eastern Promises" instantly takes its place among David Cronenberg's very best films.
A multilayered journey through the hometown in his head, Guy Maddin's "My Winnipeg" is a vigorous caprice of fact and fiction.
"Captain Mike Across America" is Michael Moore's ungainly account of his "Slacker Uprising" campaign to encourage young people to vote for John Kerry.
In a surprise verdict that divided critics and festgoers, Ang Lee's controversial drama, "Lust, Caution" took home the Golden Lion award for picture at the 64th Venice film festival on Saturday.
Helen Hunt's directorial debut, "Then She Found Me," sold to ThinkFilm in the first high-profile bidding action of the Toronto Film Festival.
The Weinstein Co. has bought world rights to "Boy A," a drama that preemed Friday at the Toronto Film Festival.
To date, Bigger Picture's niche has been religious fare, with the bulk of its slate comprising Fox Faith films. Titles have included such $1 million-plus grossers as "The Ultimate Gift," about a…
The foreign-language distribs consistently racking up more than $1 million at the indie box office are the Bollywood labels -- five Indian U.S. subsids that exclusively handle Asian pic imports.
After the release of After Dark Films production "American Haunting" (grossing $17 million via Freestyle Releasing) last summer, Solomon took a stab at launching a horror indie label. But, over the…
After peaking in late 2005 with "The World's Fastest Indian" ($5.1 million), the theatrical distribution arm of 2929 Entertainment has had a modest year.