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  • CANNES: Weinstein Co. Picks Up John Carney's 'Sing Street'

    On Saturday morning in Cannes, the Weinstein Co. closed a deal for $3 million for U.S. distribution rights to John Carney's next musical film, "Sing Street." Set in 1980s Dublin, the pic is an autobiographical tale written and directed by the "Once"...
  • CANNES: Tribeca Title 'Extraterrestrial' Gets U.S. Distribution

    IFC Midnight has acquired the U.S rights to The Vicious Brothers' sci-fi horror film "Extraterrestrial," a month after its Tribeca Film Festival premiere. Production companies are Vicarious Entertainment, Twin Engine Films and Buffalo Films. Shawn...
  • CANNES: 'Nas - Time Is Illmatic' Closes Key Foreign Sales

    Key foreign territories have been sold for "Time is Illmatic," the hip-hop documentary that opened the Tribeca Film Festival earlier this year. Submarine Entertainment has closed deals at Cannes for Australia/New Zealand (Madman Entertainment), the U.K....
  • SummerDocs Series Brings Tribeca Prizewinner and 'Life Itself' to East Hampton

    The Hamptons Intl. Film Festival's sixth annual SummerDocs series has tapped Steve James' documentary about Roger Ebert, "Life Itself," and Al Hicks' "Keep On Keepin' On" for its 2014 season of programming. "Life Itself," premiering at Sundance earlier...
  • Former Xbox Exec Paul Davidson to Expand The Orchard into Film and TV

    The Orchard has turned to Paul Davidson to help the company grow its film and television distribution business. Davidson, a former executive at Microsoft's Xbox division as well as with traditional Hollywood ventures such as New Line Cinema, Fox, ABC,...
  • Tribeca Film Review: 'Glass Chin'

    Shot on a Red digital camera but clearly intended as a silver-nitrate noir, Noah Buschel's "Glass Chin" is a throwback to an earlier era. Set in the world of broken dreams, bloody knuckles and stale coffee, Buschel's script is pure pulp poetry and...
  • Met Gala 2014: Lupita Nyong'o, Beyonce, Kimye and lots of couples!

    Ladies and gentleman, unleash your hoop skirts! Big ball gowns, super-long tailcoats and a return to formalwear were on full display at Monday night's Metropolitan Museum of Art's annual Costume Institute Gala in New York City. The Met Gala honored...
  • Lake Bell dresses up her pregnant belly in bright red at Met Gala

    A pregnant Lake Bell was clearly quite done with hiding her new baby bump as she got busy cutting a dramatic new silhouette at the Met Gala on Monday night in New York City. Bell gently cradled her growing belly for photographers as she stopped on the...
  • Oculus Rift carves out virtual-reality spot in entertainment world

    Palmer Luckey, the baby-faced founder of virtual-reality start-up Oculus VR, looked slightly perplexed when asked if he thought his ballyhooed headset, known as the Rift, could change cinema. "No, not 'if.' We will change it," he said after a pause,...
  • Jason Ritter's 'About Alex' Gets U.S. Distribution

    Screen Media Films has acquired North American rights to ensemble drama "About Alex" following its premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival. Jason Ritter, Aubrey Plaza, Max Greenfield, Nate Parker, Max Minghella, Maggie Grace and Jane Levy star. The film...
  • Film Review: 'Art and Craft'

    Some artists spend their entire lives trying to create work special enough to be displayed in a museum. Mark Landis has discovered a shortcut: By copying existing paintings and then donating the knockoffs to institutions grateful to expand their holdings,...