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  • Tokyo Intl. Film Fest Unveils Competition Section, New Samurai Award

    TOKYO -- The Tokyo International Film Festival unveiled its lineup for its 27th edition, unspooling Oct. 23-31, at a presser today in Tokyo. The 15-film Competition section includes five world premieres, nine Asian premieres and one international...
  • Gregory Segal Heading Indie Heretic Films

    Independent production company Heretic Films has named producer and entertainment attorney Gregory Segal as its new president. Segal has represented the company as its attorney on "Low Down," starring Elle Fanning and John Hawkes, Kevin Pollak's upcoming...
  • Stephen Collins plays a pedophile priest in short film 'Penance'

    Stephen Collins plays a pedophile priest in short film 'Penance'
    In an eerie echo of his off-screen turmoil, actor Stephen Collins, who is currently under investigation for alleged child molestation, portrays a pedophile priest in an independent short film that has played at film festivals recently. The 11-minute...
  • Alison Thompson's Harsh Look at Indie Market at London Fest

    "We're in the most difficult time in which I've worked in my entire career," veteran sales agent Alison Thompson told a packed audience of producers, financiers and other industry delegates in London Oct. 15. The assessment of the film sales landscape...
  • From little films, big laughs grow

    From little films, big laughs grow
    It's taken a few years for the Chicago Comedy Film Festival to find its footing. Back for its fourth year this weekend, the lineup is noticeably stronger. As always, the focus is on small indie comedies. I got a look at three. 'The Yank' (8 p.m....
  • Film screenings available to community

    Film screenings available to community
    The Miami Jewish Film Festival has a couple of upcoming events planned for the community that include the launching of a community cinema series through a partnership with other organizations and the celebration of the 40th anniversary of Mel Brooks'...
  • Film festival celebrates Israeli diversity

    Film festival celebrates Israeli diversity
    Israel's most well-known director is scheduled to be a guest of honor at this year's ninth annual Chicago Festival of Israeli Cinema. Avi Nesher will screen old and new films, hold question-and-answer sessions and participate in in-depth discussions...
  • Laemmle to offer liquor in theaters and open new rooftop restaurant

    Laemmle to offer liquor in theaters and open new rooftop restaurant
    The Laemmle Monica 4-Plex plans to join the new wave of luxury movie theaters by offering alcoholic beverages to drink inside its theaters along with two new eateries as part of a larger renovation project, reports the Santa Monica Daily Press. The...
  • Gotham Award Nominations: 'Boyhood' Scores Four (FULL LIST)

    The Gotham Independent Film Awards set a 2014 race for best feature that includes "Boyhood" and "Birdman," vying for the title with "Love is Strange," "Under the Skin" and "The Grand Budapest Hotel." Richard Linklater's drama "Boyhood," 12 years in the...
  • As Mexican Auds Embrace Local Comedies, Filmmakers Hope Dramas Can Cash In Too

    For the past decade, Mexico has churned out bold, auteur filmmaking, but when those acclaimed works have hit local screens, results are often mediocre. Switch the focus to laughter, however, and auds show up in droves. Even the nation's most well-...
  • Lynn Shelton follows her own direction in 'Laggies'

    Lynn Shelton follows her own direction in 'Laggies'
    Her first day on the Seattle set of the comedy "Laggies," Keira Knightley noticed something unusual about her director, Lynn Shelton: She knew all the grips' names. "Most directors are like generals or dictators, because it is like an army that's...