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Film District plans to release "Olympus Has Fallen," which stars Gerard Butler, April 5, 2013
Jill Scott just appeared in 'Steel Magnolias' on Lifetime
Millenium and Marshak have a relationship that dates back to the founding of the independent studio
From canvassing the countryside for amateur actors to turning baby pigs into mythological creatures, "Beasts of the Southern Wild" odd path to indie-film glory
Fox Searchlight's sex surrogate tale "The Sessions" debuts impressively in four theaters in NY and LA
"Beasts of the Southern Wild" and "Silver Linings Playbook" shut out of Best Feature race
Cinedigm has licensed its Theatrical Distribution System (TDS) to fellow distributor, FilmDistrict
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"
Millennium Entertainment's erotic thriller "The Paperboy," starring Nicole Kidman and Zac Efron, takes in $110K from 11 screens in U.S. debut
Sony Pictures Classics acquires North American rights to Rama Burshtein's directorial debut
The distributor of indie sensation "Beasts of the Southern Wild" says it will not sign a retroactive SAG AFTRA contract to qualify its cast of first-time actors for the guild awards
Summit's "Perks of Being a Wallflower" expands to 102 theaters and manages an $11,150 per-screen average at box office
The Fox Searchlight horror film opens nationwide on March 1
Exclusive Media will use Millenium Entertainment's home distribution systems
Dogme director Thomas Vinterberg is in talks to adapt Thomas Hardy’s classic novel “Far From The Madding Crowd"
Louis Phillips co-produced "The Hunger Games" and 'What to Expect When You're Expecting"
"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
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
The actor tells TheWrap: "You can’t shy away from a moment when it’s there”