Looking back on all the movies that came out in 2011, we can say one thing for sure– it was it a great year for indie movies! One after the…
The marketing people at Cinco are going to have a heart attack.
No drugs or alcohol were found in his system. Scientists are baffled.
Rest and relaxation my foot.
Independent films often suffer from small budgets and even smaller box office receipts, but these 5 Sundance movies that made it big prove that sometimes the little guys (or gals)…
Film festivals are events for those that are in the business (actors, directors, writers) or the truly serious film goers. These events are where films are premiered, as well as…
The Sundance Film Festival 2010 proved to be an extraordinary event, with many films going on to win future accolades in various award ceremonies. Robert Redford founded the fest in…
If I had flame throwers on my 2002 Corolla, I could burn away the morning traffic jams. The cops would pull me over and beat me senseless, but it’d be worth it.
You’ve probably been anticipating the news of the 2011 Sundance Film Festival’s first all-around bad movie, with reports of mass walkouts and ritual suicide.
It appears that Fox Searchlight has discovered a new way to churn out remakes – start remaking documentaries.
I certainly hope that he’s successful in his endeavor. But the idea that what Smith is trying to do is somehow applicable to small, independent filmmakers is complete nonsense.
Kevin Smith is going to turn a profit on his new film Red State on his own terms. The director is taking his film on the road in the coming months, screening it in several cities before its official release date in October.
Kevin Smith is already drumming up publicity for his next movie.
Michael Barnett’s Sundance documentary ‘Superheroes’ is an exploration into the culture of real-life vigilantes and real-life people who want to make a difference by dressing up as Slipknot.
It looks like TimeCrimes will get an English-language redux, three years after the Spanish film grabbed a cult following at Sundance.
Jason Reitman and Matt Groening have got jury duty. The good kind.
At some point last year Ridley Scott and Kevin McDonald got together and were all like “Dude, let’s do something epic.” The result is a film called Life In a Day.
What’cha, what’cha, what’cha want, Elijah Wood, Danny McBride, Will Ferrell, and Jack Black? Oh, to star in a short film based on the Beastie Boys’ 1987 music video (You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (To Party).