indieWIRE’s snapshot of news and views from around the web on Tuesday.
Greg Goldstein reports, “David Bergstein is forming a new Los Angeles-based company that will be headed by former New Line theatrical distribution president David Tuckerman.” [HR]
“The Soloist” in ’09?
Joe Wright’s latest, “The Soloist,” set to open AFI Fest, is moving to March of ’09. [VAR]
Keeping Pace in London
Struggling to keep pace with the many offerings at this year’s London Film Festival. [Guardian]
Rounding up Michel Ocelot’s animated tale, “Azur and Asmar.” [Greencine]
“Bloom” in Chicago
“It’s terrifying. It feels like I’m fooling everyone a little bit—but that’s what the movie’s about,” commented “Brothers Bloom” director Rian Johnson about his film which opened the 44th Chicago Film Festival. [Chicago Tribune]