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  • Steve Carell's 'Foxcatcher' delayed to 2014

    Steve Carell's 'Foxcatcher' delayed to 2014
    One of the most anticipated movies of 2013 won’t come out until 2014. “Foxcatcher,” Bennett Miller’s fact-based story of wrestling and murder starring Steve Carell, is being delayed until next year to allow Miller to finish the...
  • Sequels still rule the box office

    "SPECIAL EFFECTS and 3-D will not dazzle on their own merits forever; novelty wears off in the face of exposure to excellence. Sequels will just have to get better and cost less if they are to survive into the future." So writes producer Lynda Obst in...
  • AFI adds 'Out of the Furnace' to lineup

     AFI adds 'Out of the Furnace' to lineup
    Bennett Miller’s “Foxcatcher” won't be finished in time for this year's AFI Fest 2013, but programmers at the festival have added the world premiere of “Out of the Furnace” to this fall's gathering.  The festival also...
  • Rediscovered Gems Light Up the Screen in Bologna

    The city itself dates back to the Bronze Age, the movies on display only a mere century. Yet it's more than fitting that the film festival known as Il Cinema Ritrovato makes its home in the world's oldest college town, where no sooner has the U. of...
  • Weekend film programs focus on Hitchcock, Schrader, Antonioni

    Weekend film programs focus on Hitchcock, Schrader, Antonioni
    If "Pacific Rim" is not your cup of tea, there are several alternatives this weekend for the serious cineaste.  The Los Angeles County Museum of Art's Hitchcock 9 series, featuring newly restored silent movies from the Master of Suspense, concludes this...
  • 'Floating Skyscrapers' Sold to Major Territories (EXCLUSIVE)

    Berlin-based sales company Films Boutique has closed several deals on Polish film "Floating Skyscrapers," which won the best film award in the East of the West section in Karlovy Vary Film Festival last week, after having its world premiere in Tribeca....
  • Black and white lights up screens in 'Frances Ha,' 'Nebraska'

    Black and white lights up screens in 'Frances Ha,' 'Nebraska'
    When Hollywood began transitioning from black-and-white films in the early 1960s, the director Vincente Minnelli had a simple, dismissive reply to those who questioned the shift. "Color," he said, "can do anything that black-and-white can." A half-...
  • Thomas Vinterberg returns to a dark subject in 'The Hunt'

    Danish director Thomas Vinterberg thought he was past pedophilia. His 1998 breakout, "The Celebration," tackled the dark, scary topic, focusing on the largely sexual secrets revealed at a family birthday party involving possible past child molestations....
  • Polish Pics Take Center Stage at New Horizons

    The New Horizons Intl. Film Festival has announced the six completed films set to unspool at the fest's Polish Days, which takes place July 24-26. The key industry event of the Wroclaw-set sprocket opera, Polish Days gives some 200 biz pros --...
  • Toronto film festival to debut films on Mandela, Assange

    Toronto film festival to debut films on Mandela, Assange
    TORONTO (Reuters) - The world premiere of "The Fifth Estate," a ripped-from-the-headlines drama about Julian Assange and the creation of WikiLeaks, will open the 38th Toronto International Film Festival, which typically yields a number of Oscar...
  • Screenwriters' hard lessons of doing business in Hollywood

     Screenwriters' hard lessons of doing business in Hollywood
    After toiling for years in a series of unsatisfying jobs, Robert Rossil finally hit on an idea that he believed could turn everything around: He would become a Hollywood screenwriter. "I had some downfalls. I thought I had to do something big," said...