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Free Screenings Set for Ruth Bader Ginsburg Documentary ‘RBG’

Less than a week after Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh dominated headlines, Magnolia Pictures and Participant Media announced that they would be offering free screenings of this year's hit…

Toronto: Magnolia Nabs Swedish Sci-Fi ‘Aniara’

Magnolia nabs 'Aniara' following a world premiere at TIFF. The sci-fi drama is about a spaceship knocked off course on its way to Mars.

‘Support the Girls’: How a Hooters-Style Restaurant Inspired a Feminist Tale

'Support the Girls,' set in a fictional "breastaurant" like Hooters and Twin Peaks, will likely win over feminists with its complicated take on how women make the best of bad situations.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Doc ‘RBG’ Sells to Dogwoof for U.K. (Exclusive)

The film has already earned north of $13 million in the U.S.

Magnolia Pictures Nabs Stock Car Doc ‘Last Race’

Photographer Michael Dweck's meditative documentary about a community around a Long Island racetrack is set for release this year.

Sundance: Magnolia Nabs U.S. Rights to ‘Kusama – Infinity’

Heather Lenz's documentary about the trailblazing Japanese artist premiered in competition in Park City.

Sundance: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Doc Nabbed by Magnolia, Participant Media

The deal with CNN Films for the documentary about the 84-year-old Supreme Court justice follows a premiere in Park City.

‘XX’: Film Review | Sundance 2017

Motherhood is a nightmare, birthday parties a bust and camping trips get messy in 'XX,' a quartet of horror shorts written and directed by women, with a cast that features Melanie Lynskey and Natalie…

Hulu Adds to Film Library With Magnolia Pictures Deal

Movies from the distributor will stream on Hulu exclusively following their theatrical run.

‘I Am Not Your Negro’: Film Review | TIFF 2016

Read by Samuel L. Jackson, the words of writer James Baldwin link three American civil rights activists — Medgar Evers, Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X — in Raoul Peck's documentary.

Toronto: James Baldwin Doc ‘I Am Not Your Negro’ Nabbed by Magnolia Pictures for North America

Raoul Peck's film is based on Baldwin's unfinished book, 'Remember This House.'

‘Peter and the Farm’: Provincetown Review

Tony Stone's moody nonfiction feature about a cantankerous Vermont organic farmer living in rugged isolation has been winning admirers on the festival circuit.