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‘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.

Magnolia Chief on Boss Mark Cuban, Harvey Weinstein’s Wrath and His Hunt for Fringe Films at Cannes

Eamonn Bowles, president of one of the last indie distribution houses dedicated to art house fare, opens up about why controversy pays off and how Lars von Trier got a bum rap at the festival.

Magnolia Pictures Nabs Rights to ‘Harry Benson: Shoot First’ Doc

The famed photographer was in charge of documenting The Beatles inaugural trip to the U.S.

TIFF: Magnolia Takes ‘Sunset Song’ for North America

Terence Davies' sweeping epic is set in rural Scotland.

Inside the Orchard’s Audacious Play to Become the Next Indie Film Heavyweight

With five high-profile buys at Sundance, the quiet giant of online music sales (they control 20 percent of iTunes content!) is making a serious play at movie distribution.

Sundance Wrap: Business Is Brisk, But Where Was Harvey Weinstein?

It was one of the most seller-friendly festivals in recent memory, with a total of 35 sales, but for a second consecutive Sundance, the movie mogul left empty-handed.

‘Life Partners’ Star Leighton Meester on Making a Rare Movie About Female Friendship

The 'Gossip Girl' alum also talks about struggling to balance music and acting

How Three Playwrights Are Making the Jump to Film and TV

Several top writers recount the stage-to-film transition: "I hope I haven't come too late to the game for Marvel"

Magnolia Picks Up Venice Golden Lion Winner ‘A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence’

Darren Aronofksy and Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu to lend their names as presenters to the movie

Sex Comedy ‘The Little Death’ Goes to Magnolia

The movie, about five suburban couples, should hit theaters in 2015