Hugo Cabret, the title character in Martin Scorsese's much-discussed first venture into family films, lives in a world of deep isolation, a lonely orphan seemingly trapped in a life within the walls…
After attracting more than 4 million attendees to its 2,400 performances, the Beatles and Cirque du Soleil celebrated today's fifth anniversary of their Las Vegas collaboration, "Love," earlier this…
With time to elaborate on story, character and setting, these projects made the hours spent by auds more than worthwhile.
Telepics cover a wide swath of subjects, including tough cops, the beginning of reality TV and, almost, the end of the U.S. economy.
In 2001, Fox Music president Robert Kraft was attending a senior staff meeting where it was once again pointed out that "there were a lot of similar-looking people in the room," recalls the exec.
In May, a panel representing all facets of the art of filmmaking -- including cinematographers, art directors, makeup artists -- gathered at the Motion Picture Academy's Pickford Center in Hollywood…
ASC award nominee Kramer Morgenthau knows the stakes are high in creating engaging visuals for television. "Viewers are inundated with amazing images," he tells Variety. "And they're much more…
Danny Cohen talks about his work on "The King's Speech."
When budding filmmaker Lena Dunham was looking for an affordable camera system to shoot her new movie, "Tiny Furniture," she was pleased to find out that her editor, Lance Edmands, already had…
John Cameron Mitchell, director of "Rabbit Hole," hears it all the time.
Nicole Kidman likes imperfect people.