Posts Categorized: Film/TV News

Who Has Time to Wait? Direct to Digital Business Thrives


Windows in the Home Entertainment space continue to shrink. Just recently, Paramount announced a deal with AMC Theaters and Cineplex shortening the time from the theatrical release to the home theatre screen. Now, only two weeks after a film’s theatrical run has shrunk down to 300 theaters or less, that film will be released on DVD/digital… Read more »

SXSW ’16 PanelPicker: Let the Voting Begin


It’s getting to be that time again… time to prep for the annual SXSW shenanigans! In industry-speak, the Austin, TX conference is just around the corner, (believe it or not!) and to get things started, we need your help generating excitement for our panels! Read on for more details, give ’em all your thumbs up in the SXSW PanelPicker… Read more »

Go Indie with Your Summer Movies


Summer will always be summer at the movies. The hottest months make us want to shake off the weight of real life for an epic, otherworldly journey or a silly romp. After being teased by trailers since Christmas, we finally get pay-off in the form of star-studded sex comedies, hyper-enhanced comic book adaptations, and a… Read more »

The Duplass Brothers Set Up Camp at The Orchard


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Any fans out there of The League? Or, if NFL fantasy football clubs aren’t your thing, then how about Togetherness? How about our favorite voodoo midwives on The Mindy Project? Either way, you should be able to pick up the common denominator: the Duplass family name. Mark and Jay Duplass are the two brothers taking Hollywood by storm with their… Read more »

Laugh Til’ It Hurts: The Orchard Lands Mob Comedy “A Stand Up Guy”


Get ready for your abs to burn, because The Orchard has just acquired writer/director Mike Young‘s funny mob-affiliated flick, A Stand Up Guy. “What do you mean funny? Funny how?” you might ask. The film follows the story of a low-level mobster, played by Danny A. Abeckaser, who enters the Witness Protection Program after getting mixed up in… Read more »