VH1 Sets Theatrical Release for Napster Doc 'Downloaded' 2 days ago
“Downloaded,” Alex Winter’s documentary about the rise and fall of the transformative but controversial company Napster,...
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"The Iron Lady" star Meryl Streep will team with Julia Roberts in the screen adaptation of "August: Osage County" for The Weinstein Company. John Wells will direct
Keanu Reeves produced "Side by Side," a documentary about the transition from traditional to digital filmmaking technology
In its 13th week of release, the Oscar-nominated "The Descendants" is one of the top 10 movies in North America, grossing $3.5M over the weekend
Sheldon Candis' coming-of-age film "LUV" gets a theatrical release from Indomina and a broadcast premiere on BET
Ray's trademark humor -- and the shorts he wore -- punctuated the indie film world reunion in New York
Radius, the Weinstein Company's new video-on-demand label, picks up the Sundance film "Bachelorette"
"Mosquita y Mari" is writer-director Aurora Guerrero's first feature film
With Sean Lennon curating, animation festival will also include screenings of "Shrek," "Team America: World Police"
Sperm-donor comedy "Starbuck" wins audience award
Mary Elizabeth Winstead stars in "Smashed," which Sony Pictures Classics is on the verge of acquiring out of Sundance (Exclusive)
While "The Artist" and "The Iron Lady" continue to perform well for The Weinstein Company, Madonna's "W.E." opens to an unremarkable $45K
The last time Catherine Hardwicke directed Evan Rachel Wood was in the 2003 "Thirteen"
"Chronicle" and "Woman in Black" are turning the traditionally weak Superbowl weekend into something worth watching
"The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby" will be two movies -- one told from the Jessica Chastain character's perspective, one told from Joel Edgerton character's side
"Promised Land" was to be Matt Damon's directorial debut, but his "Good Will Hunting" director Gus Van Sant will do the honors instead
The film from the "A Prophet" director stars Marion Cotillard
Joe Lynch is directing "Everly," an action-thriller starring Kate Hudson
"Nobody Walks," starring John Krasinski, is about what happens to a family when an art student rents their back house
"Something for Nothing: The Art of Rap" marks Ice-T's directorial debut
Bruce Willis, Laura Prepon, Rebecca Hall and Catherine Zeta-Jones star in the movie, directed by Stephen Frears
"The Artist" and "The Iron Lady" each surpass $15M, and "The Descendants" has its best weekend since its debut
"The House I Live In" takes top documentary prize; "The Invisible War" and "The Surrogate" win top audience awards
In 3 deals closed in Park City on Saturday, Magnolia takes ensemble drama, controversial thriller and Julie Delpy romp
Lucy Walker's "The Tsunami and the Cherry Blossom" and Grant Orchard's "A Morning Stroll" awarded by Sundance jury
The gathering was “Bingham’s last gift to us," as one mourner put it
James Schamus, Chris McGurk and Roger Ebert among those paying tribute to the indie veteran, who died Monday at 57
All makers of loud, stupid action movies only wish their films delivered as much sheer sensation as this latest installment in the vroom-vroom saga