The Palm Springs Film Festival will screen 42 of the 71 Oscar foreign-language film submissions and has introduced a new program, Nordic Light, featuring Scandinavian films.
Santa Fe University of Art and Design and its fast-growing film school have announced the Robert Redford/Milagro Initiative Scholarship program.
New Yorkers love to eat and love movies, so it's only natural that someone would combine those passions into one delicious festival.
"Silver Linings Playbook" and "No Place on Earth" won the audience awards for narrative and docu film, respectively, at the Hamptons Film Festival on Sunday night. Tying for the narrative award from…
The entertainment world lost many singular women's voices over the past year. Variety asked influential bizzers to talk about how these iconic femmes made waves in the industry and beyond.
After gaining notice for her microbudget indie "Tiny Furniture," the then-24-year-old Dunham and producer Judd Apatow pitched the half-hour comedy "Girls" to HBO.
Running a restaurant can be very similar to working on a movie set, observes producer Gale Anne Hurd, who opened Vertical Wine Bistro in Old Town Pasadena six years ago.
The 35th edition of the Mill Valley Film Festival has set the program for its Oct. 4-14 run in Marin County, Calif., including several films launching their awards-season careers. "The Silver Linings…
Jeremy Renner was among stars who appeared on Stand Up To Cancer's Friday fundraising special on the Big Four nets and across several cablers.
Jake Eberts, who started as a film financer and gained a reputation for shepherding Oscar-winning British and American films, died Thursday in Montreal of complications from a rare cancer of eye that…
The third annual Westdoc West Coast Documentary and Reality Conference opens Sept. 9 in Culver City with screenings of "Jason Becker, Not Dead Yet," "Off Label" and "Big Boys Gone Bananas!*." The…