David Gordon Green directed the film, which co-stars Holly Hunter, Harmony Korine and Chris Messina
The Academy typically agrees with the PGA, which rules that producers Jonathan Sehring and John Sloss will not receive nominations if the film is honored...
Toronto 2014: The film stars Nina Hoss as a concentration camp survivor
New film inspired by Anton Chekhov's "The Seagull" will debut in theaters Sept. 26 after IFC acquires rights
Shawn Christensen wrote, directed and stars in the film
The 12 years-in-the-making tale starring Ethan Hawke and Patricia Arquette posts year's 2nd best limited opening
Victor Levin wrote and directed the movie, which also stars Olivia Thirlby, Frank Langella and Glenn Close
Kat Candler directed the movie, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival
Dramedy is based on Alice Munro story
The movie will also screen at the New York Film Festival in advance of its October 25 release
With making extensive cuts to the Palme d'Or winner out of the question, Sundance Selects makes it only the fourth film in five years to...
Dennis Iliadis directed the movie, which stars Rhys Wakefield ("The Purge") and Ashley Hinshaw ("Chronicle")
Japanese drama examines two families whose 6-year-old sons were switched at birth
Clio Barnard fable premiered at Directors' Fortnight
The company's third Cannes pickup is a sexy coming-of-age tale
Sundance Selects has acquired a lesbian romance
Cotillard plays a woman desperate to keep her job
IFC Midnight bought North American rights to the thriller "RAZE"
Justin Long, Evan Rachel Wood, Sam Rockwell, Peter Dinklage, Busy Philipps and Sienna Miller star in Kat Coiro's film
Treehouse Pictures produced the film, which Scott Coffey directed from a script by Andy Cochran
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
Three-part film is "an epic piece of cinema" -- and a pain to market and position in awards season
While streaming and VOD can get small films to lots of people, the money-losing theatrical release exerts a powerful lure
Film from Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami stars Juliette Binoche
Iranian filmmaker's "No One Knows About Persian Cats" depicts Tehran's underground music scene
Film will be released in New York on Oct. 2.
Executives say the recession has been a healthy correction, clearing away excess and leaving deals that were smarter and realistic