It was after one of the couple's many reconciliations that Danielle Schreiber says Patric began to revert to his abusive tendencies
"We want to be the home for creators looking to go directly to their audiences," CEO tells TheWrap
"The Fosters" actress Anne Winters also joins as the daughter on the drama project
The actress is starring in Neil LaBute's "Reasons to Be Happy"
The new digital distributor seeking to connect independent fimmakers with movie consumers has raised $3 million in financing
The "In the Company of Men" screenwriter will make his TV debut on the Audience channel with the 10-episode order
From a new version of "Star Wars" to a celebration of street dancing, Tribeca runs the gamut
Fred Weller and Josh Hamilton will appear in "Reasons to Be Happy," the Neil Labute sequel to "Reasons to Be Pretty"
South by Southwest begins Friday, so we've constructed a must-see list for everyone attending (or living vicariously through those who are)
Lily Rabe and Chris Messina will star in "Miss Julie," the August Strindberg play re-set in Long Island just before the 1929 stock market crash
Neil LaBute's "Reasons to Be Happy" is a companion play to his Tony-nominated "Reasons to Be Pretty"
Thomas Sadoski started on the stage before landing a role in HBO's "The Newsroom." Now he's returning to his roots in theater
'Denise,' a short film by playwright-filmmaker Neil LaBute debuts on Jon Avnet and Rodrigo Garcia's 'Wigs' YouTube channel
At AFM, distributor picks up non-UK rights to Mike Figgis movie, which also stars Kristin Scott Thomas, Brendan Fraser and Christina Hendricks
Company makes fifth Cannes purchase with "Poliss," while sister company IFC Midnight grabs controversial "Snowtown"
Star of Emmy-winning AMC drama will spend her hiatus time filmming ensemble drama "Seconds of Pleasure"
Festival picks 81 shorts out of nearly 6,500 submissions
Arielle Kebbel, Zander Eckhouse and Abhi Sinha have also joined the cast of Mark Pellington's drama
Mark Pellington ("Arlington Road") will direct the micro-budget film from a script by Glenn Porter
"X-Files" actor will star in play about a horrific office shooting and a man's spiritual journey
"I asked two friends who’d gotten in a car accident if I could have their settlement -- I doubled their money"
Darren Aronofsky, Danny Boyle, Neil LaBute, more weigh in.