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‘In the Earth’: Film Review | Sundance 2021

Ben Wheatley nurtures his genre roots with 'In the Earth,' a viral isolation thriller that draws a menacing blurred line between man and nature in an alienating world gripped by a pandemic.

‘Ammonite’: Film Review | TIFF 2020

Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan play emotionally isolated mid-19th century women of different classes opening themselves up to passion in God's Own Country director Francis Lee's second feature, Ammoni…

Cannes: Neon CEO Talks Virtual Cinema Amid Theater Closures

After 3-year-old Neon released Bong Joon Ho's 'Parasite' in theaters and earned the best picture Oscar, CEO Tom Quinn had no idea that the communal experience of theatrical movie releases would soon…

‘Parasite’ Distributor Neon Signs Revolving Credit Facility

'Parasite' producer Neon on Wednesday said it has signed a revolving credit facility with Japan's MUFG Union Bank.

‘Parasite’ Storyboards Set for Release as Graphic Novel

Bong Joon Ho's 'Parasite' is set to reach fans as a graphic novel after its historic Oscar best picture victory.

‘Parasite’ Sets April 8 Launch on Hulu

Bong Joon Ho's 'Parasite' is headed to Hulu on April 8 after its historic Oscar best picture victory.

Neon Takes Worldwide Rights on ‘The Painter and the Thief’

Neon has acquired worldwide rights to 'The Painter and the Thief,' a documentary directed by Benjamin Ree that had its world premiere at Sundance where it won the world cinema documentary special…

‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast — Tom Quinn (Neon)

The U.S. distributor of this year's best picture Oscar-winner 'Parasite' reflects on morphing from an actor into a publicist into an executive, his 14-year relationship with Bong Joon Ho and making…

Neon’s Tom Quinn on Bong Joon Ho’s Historic Oscar Wins for ‘Parasite’: “I’m in Absolute Shock”

Neon co-founder Tom Quinn talks to The Hollywood Reporter about Bong Joon Ho's Oscar wins for 'Parasite,' what it says about world cinema and what his own mother had to say about the epic night.

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Aretha Franklin Doc ‘Amazing Grace’ Premieres at South L.A. Church

The Aretha Franklin documentary 'Amazing Grace' on Sunday had its Los Angeles premiere at the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Watts, where the film was originally shot in 1972.

‘The Lodge’: Film Review | Sundance 2019

Riley Keough plays a young woman damaged by her childhood, stuck in a snowbound house with her partner's hostile kids in 'Goodnight Mommy' directors Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala's atmospheric…

How ‘Moonlight’ Altered NYC’s Indie Scene

With its Oscar triumph, A24 is leading the next gen of distributors facing off against such established players as The Weinstein Co. and Sony Classics.