The ratings board would like to keep everybody under 18 away from the Cannes prize winner, but its ratings are voluntary
Megan Griffiths directed the movie, which also stars Thomas Haden Church, Oliver Platt and Nina Arianda
Everyone is his or her own guest at the party of the year
Justin Long, Evan Rachel Wood, Sam Rockwell, Peter Dinklage, Busy Philipps and Sienna Miller star in Kat Coiro's film
Lauren Schwartz named vice president of publicity, Shani Ankori becomes vice president of marketing, Michael Winton is director of marketing and publicity for IFC Midnight
Rooney Mara and Casey Affleck star in the film, which Lowery wrote and directed
Elizabeth McGovern, Felicity Jones and Luke Treadaway set to star in the adaptation of British author Julia Strachey’s novella
IFC/Sundance have worked with Loach on three prior projects, one of which won the Palme d'Or
The Sundance film is a moody, atmospheric thriller about a college graduate who becomes obsessed with a prostitute
Written and directed by the "American Psycho" writer-director, the film played at the Toronto and Venice International Film Festivals
Myriad Pictures is distributing the film in the rest of the world
The movie, by "The Hangover" writers Jon Lucas and Scott Moore, also stars Ashley Judd, Jeffrey Tambor and Tim Blake Nelson
Producer Christine O'Malley's doc about National Film Registry, which premieres at Sundance and on VOD, is the result of some tough industry lessons and hard...
The company will release the film in theaters and on VOD this summer
Company planning a spring 2011 release through its genre label IFC Midnight
Claude Lanzmann's nine-hour documentary will screen in New York before a nationwide rollout
Three-part film is "an epic piece of cinema" -- and a pain to market and position in awards season
Coming-of-age drama from David Robert Mitchell will receive 2011 release
Company acquires U.S. rights to improvised comedy shot for British TV series
The deal is IFC's third buy at the Toronto International Film Festival
Active buyer grabs Gregg Araki movie, plus "We Are What We Are"
Firm also picks up Mexican horror tale "We Are What We Are"
Bertrand Tavernier costume drama set in 16th century France
A roundup of recent acquisitions at a slow festival for deals
"The Human Centipede" among first films in new VOD/theatrical venture
Film festival partnering with IFC Films to release three festival entries on demand
Festival will include screenings by filmmakers Claire Denis, Bruno Dumont, and Ken Loach
Argentine film debuted in competition at Berlin Film Festival
Iranian filmmaker's "No One Knows About Persian Cats" depicts Tehran's underground music scene
Jordan Scott made her feature directing debut on the picture.