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Cannes: Susan Sarandon to Play Grandmother of School Shooter in John Krokidas’ ‘Tunnels’

Susan Sarandon will play the grandmother of a school shooter in 'Tunnels,' the new film from 'Kill Your Darlings' director John Krokidas, which Highland Film Group is selling in Cannes.

UPDATED: Box Office (Specialty): ’12 Years a Slave’ Opens Big, Attracts Diverse Audience

Ocean-set drama "All Is Lost" -- starring Robert Redford -- debuts in New York and Los Angeles to more muted numbers; ditto for Daniel Radcliffe's "Kill Your Darlings."

Valdivia Film Fest: ‘Kill Your Darlings’ Producer Christine Vachon on Indie Filmmaking (Q&A)

The Killer Films head also talked to THR about the recent surge of Latin American directors releasing movies in the U.S.

Daniel Radcliffe on Why First-Time Directors Beat ‘Somebody Who’s Done 10 Films and Couldn’t Give a Shit’

The Harry Potter star opens up to THR about tackling the inner life of young Allen Ginsberg -- and, yes, that gay sex scene -- in the dark, daring "Kill Your Darlings."

‘Kill Your Darlings’ L.A. Premiere: Daniel Radcliffe, Michael C. Hall Debut Their Dark Beatnik Tale

"Getting to explore who he was as a young man is fascinating," the "Harry Potter" star says of playing iconic poet Allen Ginsberg.

‘Don Jon’ Tops List of Fall’s Porniest Movies (Exclusive)

Cannes winner "Blue Is the Warmest Color," as well as James Franco's "Child of God" and "Palo Alto," are also on conservative watchdog Culture and Media Institute's shortlist.

Sony Classics’ Michael Barker and Tom Bernard Reveal Their Oscar Season Strategy

The veteran distributors predict "Blue Jasmine" could be one of ten best picture noms and "Tim's Vermeer" could be the winning doc but fear that the new voting procedures could hurt foreign films…

Toronto: ‘Kill Your Darlings’ Plays Fest a Year After Similarly Focused ‘On the Road’ (Analysis)

John Krokidas' feature writing and directing debut features a cast filled with top young actors, most prominently Daniel Radcliffe and Dane DeHaan.

‘Kill Your Darlings’ Trailer: Daniel Radcliffe Is a Young Allen Ginsberg (Video)

Dane DeHaan, Ben Foster, Michael C. Hall and Elizabeth Olsen also star in John Krokidas' indie.

2013 Toronto Film Festival Lineup Includes ‘August: Osage County,’ Mike Myers’ Directorial Debut

The Nelson Mandela biopic "Long Walk to Freedom" and the Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal-starrer "Prisoners" will also screen at the Canadian event in September.

Sundance 2013: Sony Pictures Classics Nabs ‘Kill Your Darlings’

UPDATED: The film, which premiered at Eccles Theatre on Jan. 18, was acquired for just south of $2 million.