Instead of a victory lap after his 2011 Sundance win, the 31-year-old toast of indie film circles went right to work on his fifth feature...
Acclaimed film looks at North Dakota's oil boom
"Whitey: The United States of America v. James J. Bulger" was directed and produced by Joe Berlinger
They take North American rights to Justin Simien's satire, winner of a breakthrough award at Sundance
Director Rob Meyer tells TheWrap about netting an Oscar-winner for his feature film debut
Simon Barrett wrote the genre movie, which was produced by Keith and Jessica Calder of Snoot Entertainment
The horror vet, who plays a blind old man in a werewolf-infested midnight movie, says of the Oscars, "I can't stand these people patting themselves...
The genre-bending movie serves as the English-language debut of acclaimed Iranian filmmaker Marjane Satrapi ("Persepolis")
The movie will also screen on Participant's TV network Pivot
Focus Features will handle domestic distribution of the Sundance film
Debate heats up as indie filmmakers make satirical promise to "stop making films"
Kat Candler directed the movie, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival
The director of "Paradise Lost" and a Whitey Bulger documentary will revisit the subject of U.S. law and order
The "Twilight" actress plays a Guantanamo Bay guard in Peter Sattler's feature
The sentiment sounds far more beautiful when put in a song on "Conan"
The online giant isn't convinced that the the binge approach favored by rival Netflix is the best way to release original programming
Richard Harding and Sam Feuer will produce spy movie "The Son of Hamas" for Sixth Sense Productions
Sundance: The film, which features footage from the last five months of Ebert's life, will hit theaters this summer
Coming off a red-hot festival, XYZ Films brokered the deal and is representing international rights to the Mo Brothers' serial killer thriller
Sundance: Michael Tully's '80s movie co-stars Amy Sedaris, Lea Thompson and Judah Friedlander
Allows AMC to distribute original content worldwide
Mark Ruffalo drama was critical hit at Sundance
Maya Forbes directed the dysfunctional family drama, which co-stars Zoe Saldana and screened at Sundance
Only 21 movies managed to secure domestic distribution, though dealmaking will continue over the next several weeks
The Miles Teller film grabs both audience and jury prizes, "Rich Hill" wins best documentary
Katie Couric executive produced and narrated the film
Psychological horror film marks Jennifer Kent's feature debut
Lenny Abrahamson directed the film, which also stars Domhnall Gleeson, Maggie Gylenhaal and Scoot McNairy
The panelists included expert producers, financing agent, crowdfunders and technologists
The smaller Sundance rival celebrated 20 years in Park City