VH1 Sets Theatrical Release for Napster Doc 'Downloaded' 17 hours ago
“Downloaded,” Alex Winter’s documentary about the rise and fall of the transformative but controversial company Napster,...
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Cashet, a new credit card backed by Film Finances, offers independent film and TV productions 1 percent rebate on expenditures and vendor discounts
Directors Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris' Oscar-winning "Little Miss Sunshine" made $100 million, but it still took a series of close calls to get "Ruby" off the ground
Actress-screenwriter Zoe Kazan turned Pygmalion into a rom-com with dark edges in "Ruby Sparks"
The "Sahara" director will need to search for a leading man
Documentary "The Imposter," "Farewell My Queen," "Easy Money" and "Trishna" open impressively.
Drawing a page from "Exit Through the Gift Shop," Indomina Group launched an ambitious street campaign to attract true crime fans to "The Imposter"
Veteran executive will oversee budgeting and delivery for the studio's films
Rescued by an internet cult, Kenneth Lonergan's indie epic "Margaret" gets a home video release that includes its three-hour version
Murdoch's media empire will separate its lucrative broadcast and entertainment division from its publishing arm
Benh Zeitlin, director of the year's biggest indie sensation, says "Beasts of the Southern Wild" creates new stories for a culture on the verge of extinction
The former New Line executive will report to Christine Birch
Not even Martin Scorsese's attempts to revive this nearly lost but critcally adored film could bring it to the big screen
Ensemble comedy stars Antonio Banderas and Penelope Cruz
"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
Delivering the Los Angeles Film Festival's keynote address, Cinedigm CEO Chris McGurk points to seven signs of a coming independent film boom
Director Woody Allen makes a rare trip to Los Angeles for the North American premiere of "To Rome With Love," and warns the audience that the fun he had making it might not translate
Downtown L.A. might be a trek for some Westsiders, but the Los Angeles Film Festival is flourishing there
"The Usual Suspects" meets "Catch Me If You Can" with this version of the hunt for the infamous skyjacker
The company plans a 2013 release for "Evocateur"
Anthony Hopkins, Jude Law, Rachel Weisz and Ben Foster star in the dramatic thriller
Leos Carax's "Holy Motors," one of the festivals most acclaimed but divisive films, goes to the Indomina Group on the eve of the Cannes awards ceremony
With a cast of older actors like Judi Dench and Maggie Smith, the geriatric comedy took on "The Avengers" -- and thrived
Sony Pictures Classics acquired North American rights to “No,” a drama about Chilean dictator Pinochet starring Gael Garcia Bernal
FilmDistrict's latest acquisition, based on a Mike Flanagan short film, looks at a family torn apart by a haunted mirror
The Italian set drama stars Pierce Brosnan
Action thriller centers on worldwide trip that takes a turn for the supernatural
"Celebrity Apprentice" season finale up from last week but down from last year's finale