The Canyons News
fb.indiewire.com – There are few independent films that get as much attention and print before they even get made or shown to the public as Paul Schrader's "The Canyons." But then again, there are few films like "The Canyons." A collaboration between Schrader and writer Bret Easton Ellis, the movie was funded out of pocket by the filmmakers, along with a boost from Kickstarter, and tells the story of a group of young people in their 20s, ina depiction of contemporary Los Angeles and young Hollywood in the "post-Empire" era.Much of the buzz thus far has centered around Lindsay Lohan and porn star James Deen who 1 week 4 days ago via jackiechan
fb.indiewire.com – With the film finding a home last week with IFC Films, you might think the stories around the making of "The Canyons" -- which have included a highly quotable New York Times Magazine profile, and news of its rejection from both Sundance and SXSW -- might be put to rest. 17 weeks 12 hours ago via jetli
fb.indiewire.com – After buzz, rumor, speculation and in the past few weeks, some pretty explosive headlines thanks to a pretty saucy New York Times Magazine profile, as well as word that both Sundance and SXSW turned down the low budget film, Paul Schrader's "The Canyons" has indeed found a home. IFC Films has snapped up the North American rights to the movie with a planned day-and-date theatrical/VOD release planned. 17 weeks 4 days ago via jackiechan
EXCLUSIVE: Steven Soderbergh Calls 'The Canyons' "Fascinating" and Hints at a "Spectacular Sex Scene"
fb.indiewire.com – Paul Schrader and Bret Easton Ellis' Hollywood satire "The Canyons" has been marred with bad buzz ever since Stephen Rodrick's damning (and fantastically entertaining) New York Times Magazine feature ran, exposing a production fraught with trouble from the get-go. In addition to that, the film's been rejected by both Sundance and SXSW, despite Schrader's involvement. 19 weeks 4 days ago via jetli
1:00 PM 1/27/2013 by Binh Ngo
After saying he wanted no part in the making of Star Wars: Episode VII and would "rather be in the audience not knowing what was coming," J.J. Abrams went back on his word and will indeed be directing the movie after all. News of this leaked out on Thursday and was confirmed by Disney in a press release the following day.