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TIFF: Steve Buscemi’s ‘The Listener,’ Bill Pohlad’s ‘Dreamin’ Wild’ to Get Exclusive Market Screenings

The Toronto International Film Festival is set to test whether the indie cinema business has rebounded amid the pandemic by screening 10 movies, including Steve Buscemi’s The Listener and Bill Pohlad’s Dreamin’ Wild, for buyers outside of its official selection.   International buyers will get an exclusive look via the new TIFF Industry Selects program […]

Bill Pohlad to Direct ‘Dreamin’ Wild’ Music Biopic for Focus Features

'Green Book' producer Jim Burke is also on board the movie about the real-life musical duo Donnie and Joe Emerson.

‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast — Elizabeth Banks, Paul Dano and Bill Pohlad (‘Love & Mercy’)

The director and stars of the acclaimed film about The Beach Boys' Brian Wilson discuss the challenges and rewards of making an unconventional drama about an unconventional man.

Oren Moverman Talks Homelessness, Realism in Richard Gere’s ‘Time Out of Mind’

The Hollywood writer-director insists most Americans, squeezed financially, consider the homeless failures and look right through them as passers-by.

Elizabeth Banks’ $200 Million Path to Directing ‘Pitch Perfect 2’

After producing the surprise smash original — and playing more than 70 different characters — the star of 'Hunger Games' now hungers for something else: a place among Hollywood's most exclusive club — female directors. Says Banks: "This is the test. And I like to get A's."

‘Love & Mercy’ Trailer: Paul Dano and John Cusack Play Brian Wilson (Video)

Lionsgate and Roadside Attractions are releasing the biopic about the Beach Boys founder's struggles with mental health and substance abuse issues.

Toronto: Lionsgate Nabs Beach Boys Biopic ‘Love & Mercy’

The film made its world premiere Sept. 7 at the Elgin Theatre

New York Film Fest: ’12 Years a Slave’ Cast Talks Tapping Into Brutal True Story

Michael Fassbender, Steve McQueen, Chiwetel Ejiofor and more reveal how they tried to capture the harsh reality of slavery.