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Louis Phillips co-produced "The Hunger Games" and 'What to Expect When You're Expecting"
Richard Gere's character in "Arbitrage" may be a money mogul, but the actor says he found plenty of similarities to politicians
"Wadjda" is the first film ever shot entirely in Saudi Arabia, and the first Saudi film from a female director; SPC plans a 2013 release
'The Sessions,' starring John Hawkes and Helen Hunt, was originally scheduled to hit theaters on Oct. 28
'Sushi Girl' will debut on Premium VOD and Ultraviolet before a theatrical run
Juno Temple and Michael Angarano star in the feature film debut from Ramaa Mosley
Magnolia acquires Janet Tobias' first documentary, about 38 Ukrainian Jews who survived World War II by living in caves for 18 months
"Argo" isn't typical festival or Oscar fare, but it enraptured most Telluride viewers -- leaving more serious opening-night contenders, like Sally Potter's latest, to pick up sloppy seconds
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
Documentary about bipolar disorder is one of five films, most focused on women, that conclude DocuWeeks' L.A. showcase
Robert Redford is a triple threat in "The Company You Keep," which counts Susan Sarandon, Terrence Howard, Shia LaBeouf and Anna Kendrick among its starring lineup
Sundance Cinemas, which open to the public on Aug. 31, mark the first entry into the L.A. market for the exhibition arm of the Sundance Institute
David Cronenberg's thriller "Cosmopolis" rolls up glitzy $24K average on 3 screens. "2016 Obama's America" expands and takes in $1.2M
Second week of L.A. DocuWeeks program includes three documentaries that re-enact events, including 9/11 and a concentration-camp concert
Spike Lee's "Red Hook Summer" and Judy Delpy's "2 Days in New York" shine in limited release
"I hope it's not mission impossible," longtime producer Ted Hope says of his new role with the San Francisco Film Society
Veteran indie producer Ted Hope will assume the San Francisco Film Society position left vacant with the January death of Bingham Ray
Surreal comedy stars William Fictner and Steve Little
Sony Pictures Classics' Sundance pickup "Celeste and Jesse Forever" averages $28K per-screen in debut. "Moonlight Kingdom" crosses the $40M mark
"Chop Shop" filmmaker Ramin Bahrani directed and co-wrote the film
Additions to Toronto Film Festival lineup also include projects from Martin McDonagh, Julien Temple and Rob Zombie, plus revivals of Hitchcock and Pixar
Sony Pictures Classics gets all North American rights
Fox Searchlight's romantic comedy "Ruby Sparks" clicks and LD Entertainment's "Killer Joe" averages $12,621 on its three screens. "Safety Not Guaranteed" gets a Facebook boost
"You've Been Trumped" says Donald Trump ran roughshod over Scottish environment to build a golf course; IMDb users say the movie is better than "Lawrence of Arabia"
Alison Klayman, the first-time director of the documentary "Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry," wants her film to be seen in China by any means necessary
Cashet, a new credit card backed by Film Finances, offers independent film and TV productions 1 percent rebate on expenditures and vendor discounts
Christine White was the woman next to William Shatner in "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet"