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  • Toronto: Film Movement Picks Up Wide's 'The Lesson'

    In its first finalized acquisition at this year's Toronto Festival, New York-based Film Movement has picked up all North American rights to the Wide Management-sold "The Lesson," the feature film debut of Bulgaria's Kristina Grozeva and Peter Valchanov....
  • Dark Comedy Novel 'Mourning Glory' in the Works as Movie (EXCLUSIVE)

    Karen Leigh Hopkins, who wrote and directed Katie Holmes comedy "Miss Meadows," has come on board to adapt "Mourning Glory" for Grey Eagle Films. "Mourning Glory" was written by Warren Adler in 2001 as a black comedy about a recently unemployed single...
  • Tribeca 2014: New York Knicks doc, featuring Phil Jackson, to premiere

    As NBA fans wait to see if Phil Jackson can return the New York Knicks to glory, a new film looks to beat him to the punch. The actor-filmmaker Michael Rapaport is set to debut his documentary movie “When the Garden Was Eden” at the...
  • Doha Film Institute Postpones Launch of New Qumra Doha Fest To 2015

    The Doha Film Institute has scrapped its plan for a 2014 launch of the inaugural edition of its Qumra Doha Film Festival this year, and decided to reschedule to 2015 the event focussed on first and second-time directors from around the world. "We have...
  • Tribeca Film Acquires 'Hide Your Smiling Faces' for March Release

    Tribeca Film isn't hiding its love for Daniel Patrick Carbone's portrait of adolescence, "Hide Your Smiling Face," picking up North American rights to the title for a day-and-date release later this spring. Writer-director Carbone's debut outing, an...
  • Starz Digital Media Acquires Clark Gregg's 'Trust Me' for Multiplatform Release

    Starz Digital Media has picked up U.S. rights to Clark Gregg's comedy "Trust Me," the Hollywood tale that premiered last year as part of the Tribeca Film Festival. Starz Digital Media, the digital and on-demand distributor that's a division of Starz,...
  • Apple iTunes Offers Documentary 'Sepideh' After Sundance Premiere

    Trying to burnish iTunes' glow for indie filmmakers, Apple is touting an exclusive digital window on "Sepideh" starting two days after the documentary premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. "Sepideh" is now available for rental or purchase, for an...
  • 'The Other Woman': Progress or predicament for female-driven film?

    [On Monday mornings, Movies Now will be looking at some aspect of the No. 1 movie over the weekend. This week: What "The Other Woman" says about female-driven movies.] Over the weekend, a trio of women finally dethroned a muscular superhero from his...
  • Industry Attendance On the Rise at 2014 Tribeca Film Festival

    The 2014 Tribeca Film Festival logged 923 industry delegates to this year's fest, up from 832 the prior year. Overall some 120,000 moviegoers turned out for the 13th annual TFF across 400 screenings and panel events, according to fest organizers. About...
  • Miley Cyrus recuperated during her hospital stay by shopping

    Miley Cyrus was stir-crazy during her recent days-long hospitalization after an allergic reaction to a prescription flu medication. So what to do? She shopped online from her hospital bed. And by her own admission, she made some questionable choices....
  • Tribeca Film Fest Has Lost Its Footing But Found Its Calling

    Compared to other sprocket operas of its size and stature, the Tribeca Film Festival is still an astonishingly young to-do. Founded in 2002, the event has only just entered its teens, and like any entity that age, its identity remains in flux. I say...