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Detailed backstories on four indie film successes
The ninth annual Tribeca Film Festival, which concluded Sunday, attracted some 410,000 visitors, the second-highest attendance figure in its eight-year history.
Tribeca Film Festival attendees have selected the rockumentary "Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage" to take home the fest's 2010 Heineken Audience Award.
Feo Aladag's German drama "When We Leave," starring Sibel Kekilli as an abused wife, took home best feature and actress honors at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Alex Gibney took the wraps off his work-in-progress doc about former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer on Saturday night at the Tribeca Film Festival.
With the ninth edition of the Tribeca festival, which kicks off Wednesday, execs including founder Robert De Niro are trying to redefine how indie films are distributed.
Harvey Weinstein is the new champion of late Iraq War hero Pat Tillman.
Mark Ruffalo, star of top Sundance sales title "The Kids Are All Right," tells THR how his brother's death made him reconsider acting and almost derailed his award-winning directorial debut at the…
Relativity Media and Rogue Pictures have snapped up "Catfish," a lo-fi documentary that surprised and intrigued audiences at Sundance.
Despite pre-fest concerns about moribund sales activity, this year's Sundance has kept pace with 2009's iteration, when 10 titles sold during the 10-day fest. Weekend sales included "The Killer…
Debra Granik's "Winter’s Bone" was the big winner in Park City Saturday night, as it won two major prizes at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival.
Roadside Attractions has acquired North American rights to "Winter's Bone," a dark thriller from director Debra Granik.