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The West Memphis Three saga arrives in one amazing box set.
New TV Show from Judd Apatow also set to premiere.
Best of both words: indie movies with famous people.
The parents of an Arkansas boy scout bludgeoned to death in 1993 have asked Academy Awards bosses to make sure a documentary about the tragedy is not nominated for a 2012 Oscar.
The director behind Metallica's gripping movie Some Kind Of Monster has teamed up with Sting's wife Trudie Styler to shoot a new documentary about the destruction of the rainforest.
That pesky Blair Witch is back in a horror sequel so bad it's terrifying.
Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky may have set out to make a documentary about Metallica cutting a new album, but instead deliver a poignant portrait of rockers who aren't too macho to seek therapy if that's what it takes to salvage the band and their musical careers
Sundance Film Festival officials have announced entries for dramatic, documentary and "American Spectrum" categories of the 2004 festival, which runs Jan. 15 through Jan. 25 in Park City, Utah.
News Roundup for March 4: Producers Guild of America give their best picture award to Moulin Rouge. Alicia Keys will open the Essence Music Festival in New Orleans Roger Moore will play a gay man in Boat Trip with Cuba Gooding Jr. Miramax is remaking Akira Kurasawa's Seven Samurai Muhammad Ali Stevie Wonder Kelsy Grammar
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Jan. 18, 2000 -- A year ago, five unknown guys from Orlando, Fla., went to the Sundance Film Festival with a cheap movie, a neato gimmick and a good publicist. Today they return to Park City, Utah, as Hollywood players -- the creators of what might become the biggest horror film franchise ever -- and as bona fide filmmakers afforded multimillion-dollar budgets. Their film cost $10,000 to $100,000, depending on what you read. They sold it for $1 million. It made $140 milli
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Preview of "Metallica: Some Kind of Monster." This documentary follows the trials and tribulations of the heavy metal group Metallica as they cut their first album in six years and take part in group therapy to work through conflicts in their 20-year working relationship. Directed by Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky,
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.