In The News

26 Jan
Uri Singer - Producer
Yesterday at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival, Michael Almereyda’s new film “Marjorie Prime” won the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation’s Feature Film Prize. The Prize is selected by a jury of film and science professionals and presented to outstanding More...
26 Jan
Jenner Furst - Director, Nick Sandow & Mike Gasparro - Executive Producers
Kalief Browder’s story is about time, but it’s also a tale of numbers. In 2010, the 16-year-old Browder was picked up by the police on charges that were later — much later — dropped. As a teenager, he spent more than 1,000 days in the infamous More...
26 Jan
Christine Berg - Writer
“You get to see these guys go through rituals that bond them as men, especially men in a society that has excluded them all,” says Alfre Woodard at the Sundance Film Festival of the Gerald McMurray directed Burning Sands. “It’s scary, it’s More...
24 Jan
Mimi Valdes - Producer
The nominations for the 89th  Academy Awards were revealed this morning in Los Angeles. “La La Land” did what 800-lb gorillas are supposed to do: dominate the Oscar nominations tally, pulling down 14, including actor, actress, director and More...
24 Jan
Uri Singer - Producer
"The future will be here soon enough, you might as well be friendly with it," says the title character played by the magnificent Lois Smith in Marjorie Prime. That advice represents a philosophical departure from the usual dire screen depictions More...
23 Jan
Nina Yang Bongiovi/Significant Productions - Producer, Mimi Valdes - Producer, MNM Creative - Financier
During the "Roxanne Wars" of the mid-Eighties, a battle of words spilled across nearly 50 12-inch singles, captivating the earliest generation of hip-hop fans. With the first volley emerging in late 1984, the records not only showcased an early More...
23 Jan
Cassian Elwes - Producer
A year ago, “Manchester by the Sea” debuted on the first Saturday of Sundance 2016. That same magic must have rubbed off on Dee Rees’ “Mudbound,” an operatic drama about two families set in 1940s Mississippi Delta that premiered to the most More...
20 Jan
Macon Blair - Writer, Director
You’d have to go all the way back to “Heavenly Creatures” to find a role that understands what actress Melanie Lynskey brings to the table as clearly as does Macon Blair’s “I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore.” And yet, the fact that it’s More...
19 Jan
Judah Freidlander - Talent
During the network’s TCA presentation this morning, TruTV announced it has ordered pilot presentations for two new shows: the comedy competition series Smart, Funny and Black from creator Amanda Seales, and Apocalypse Video, a deep dive into More...
18 Jan
Mudbound: Cassian Elwes - Producer; Marjorie Prime: Uri Singer - Producer; Roxanne Roxanne: Nina Yang Bongiovi/Significant Productions- Producer, MNM Creative- Financier
We’ve got our eye on Robert Redford’s The Discovery, a hip-hop period piece, and 20 more. While the outside world will be occupied with the inauguration and Oscar nominations, thousands of critics, industry people, and movie fans will be in Park More...

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