Independent Film News
As Netflix figures out this whole distribution thing, Palm Pictures chimes in to help.
A panel of independent film insiders at ShoWest thanks exhibitors and acknowledges marketing challenges, as reported by The Hollywood Reporter.
Robert DeNiro's baby is growing up, bringing an international flavor to the Big Apple.
With Lohan out of the picture, Bryce Dallas Howard gets the lead in the new Tennessee Williams pic.
Fresh from the rush of three Spanish directors taking the scene by storm, two companies nab the next big names.
The "Black Snake Moan" director answers those burning questions, like where on earth does he come up with this stuff?
From the true stories of the world to the weird mind of David Lynch, two festivals announced lineups this week that deliver.
Production Weekly reports that Hawke's to star in the drama about three neighbors just trying to get ahead.
If you've got 12 hours, you've got time for Film Racing. And it's coming to a city near you.
Film Independent doles out awards for the best independent movies of the year and a Little Miss shines.
Oscar-winner Frances McDormand tackles new ground in two new films--the leading role.
Mark Waters and Neil Jordan both sign on to direct upcoming flicks for the studio.
UK's The Guardian talks with the newly nominated actor about how he's found his way to Oscar and what he's doing now.
From the director of "American History X" comes a compelling documentary on abortion in America, heading to theaters in Fall '07.
To celebrate the French festival's 60th year, thirty directors take on three-minute sketches to create a feature unlike any other.
From film school to funding to the finished product, Irish films are making their way to the forefront of the industry.
The director who passed away last year will have an award named after him, honoring ensemble casts and their director.
Mark Ruffalo signs on to Rian Johnson's next film, "The Brothers Bloom" opposite Adrien Brody and Rachel Weisz.
The studio secures US, UK and Australian distribution rights for the feature-length doc that compliments the BBC series.
Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck takes "The Lives of Others" to Berlinale, sits down with IndieWIRE.