Tribeca Picks Rock Documentary 'Mistaken for Strangers' as Opening Night Film 11 weeks ago
"Mistaken for Strangers" will be the opening night film at the Tribeca Film Festival this spring.
The film follows the indie band...
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Michael Haneke's drama "Amour" wins five awards, including Best Movie
Marisa Tomei shines in an otherwise by-the-numbers tale of a Syrian spy confronting his past after his child is kidnapped
The Weinstein Company just acquired the project, which "Argo" scribe Chris Terrio wrote
Check out behind-the-scenes footage of Jennifer Lawrence's cover shoot for the very last issue of OscarWrap in the 2013 Oscar season
Martha Shane and Lana Wilson's abortion documentary premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January
Gael Garcia Bernal stars as an ad man who helped overthrow a dictator, but the movie could use his character’s skill at thinking outside the box
Freddie Wong and his co-creators have raised more than $800,000 for the second season of "Video Game High School"
Bradley Cooper on "Silver Linings" insecurity, Ben Affleck on "Casablanca" ... a stunning gallery of the stars and filmmakers whose films nabbed a total of 51 Oscar nominations
Distributor AMC targeted niche audiences with limited U.S. rollout of Chinese blockbuster
Directed by first-time feature filmmaker Zachary Heinzerling, the film won the U.S. Documentary Directing Award
A dozen Oscar foreign-language submissions will screen at the AFI Fest in Hollywood, along with a number of 2012 Cannes titles, including "Reality," "The Hunt" and "The Sapphires"
Ava DuVernay’s independent drama “Middle of Nowhere” averaged an impressive $13K per screen over the weekend, the best of any film in theaters
Richard Gere's character in "Arbitrage" may be a money mogul, but the actor says he found plenty of similarities to politicians
After announcing a partnership between his Paladin and the Toronto-based 108 Media, indie vet Mark Urman says streaming and VOD isn't the answer for independent films
Spike Lee's "Red Hook Summer" and Judy Delpy's "2 Days in New York" shine in limited release
Documentary "The Imposter," "Farewell My Queen," "Easy Money" and "Trishna" open impressively.
"Your Sister's Sister," in which Mark Duplass stars, opens with a $9,000 per-screen average. "Safety Not Guaranteed," which he exec produces with his brother, expands strongly
Paul Schrader is using crowdfunding website Kickstarter. So is Matthew Lillard. Who will be next?
The former literary agent will help secure financing and distribution for indie films
Annual forum on indie filmmaking will also include panelists Patty Jenkins, Laura Bickford and Mark and Michael Polish
Analysis: Customers are furious about last week's price hike, but the economics weren't working out, leaving the subscription movie king no choice
"Deathly Hallows: Part 2" will pass "The Dark Knight" as the biggest domestic debut in history
The co-chairman of The Weinstein Co. argues that there's a strong market for quality independent movies at TheGrill@Tribeca, TheWrap's entertainment and media conference on April 22
"I don't know how they replace her -- her skill set seems like it was invaluable to them"
Exiting FIND director Dawn Hudson had prior committment, couldn't attend Project:Involve event
This is our passion project, but, who in the world would want to continue to work with us at this unusual time?
All makers of loud, stupid action movies only wish their films delivered as much sheer sensation as this latest installment in the vroom-vroom saga