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Breakout multi-hyphenates Michael Angelo Covino and Kyle Marvin achieved indie filmmaker nirvana with their festival hit: now, film fans actually get to see it.
Winston Duke, Bill Skarsgard, and Benedict Wong also lead Edson Oda's Park City winner, releasing next year from Sony Classics.
However, Tom Bernard says if theaters are going to compete against streaming, they need to do a much better job of reaching patrons online.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association made the first move; now, we wait to see if the Academy will follow suit.
As the crowdpleaser prepares for a theatrical release despite coronavirus fears, the filmmaking duo explained why it mattered to them.
Produced by Will and Jada Pinkett Smith, Sony Pictures Classics will release the film on April 10.
Sundance: Sony Pictures Classics bought Heidi Ewing's heart-tugging narrative feature "I Carry You With Me," about two Mexican men whose love crosses borders.
Jacobs previously wrote and directed 2017's "The Lovers" and will now team with a pair of Academy Award-nominated stars for his next project.
The film won Banderas the Best Actor prize at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival, and looks to be another Oscar contender from Sony Pictures Classics.
Alex Holmes' documentary could be a factor in this year's Oscar race.
Critics charge that gay romance and Oscar contender "Call Me by Your Name" could have better maximized its box office. Here's why not.
The winner of Israel's Ophir Award for Best Picture is automatically the country's foreign language Oscar submission.
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