The four-day U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen wrapped up Saturday night with a raucous and, at times, moving tribute to the famed Monty Python comedy troupe that reunited all five of the celebrated…
As the contents of President Clinton's Paula Jones deposition were published across America on Wednesday, the nation's top comics and comedy's top-echelon execs gathered in tony Aspen for the fourth…
Quietly and with only a few discretely placed legal notices to announce the event, one of Europe's largest filmmaking facilities has been put on the auction block.
Last year was the debut of Daily Variety‘s 10 “Helmers to Watch” list. Here’s a quick update on how several of the honorees have fared over the past 12 months: Brad Anderson — Following up his…
The Nortel Palm Springs Intl. Film Festival battled mightily Saturday night to rebound from the downbeat tone set by last week's death of fest founder Sonny Bono, and Friday's torrential storms that…
Nothing brings out the unique nature of Hollywood's trademark blending of the sublime and absurd more than the Oscar race.
Predestined love may conquer all of the major inconveniences --- commitment, devotion, honor and stability --- but Henry Jaglom's "Deja Vu" proves that even passion ordained by the gods can't…
Variety's first annual Film and TV Music Spotlight isn't just the continuation of our expanded coverage of music, which began with this summer's Spotlight on the L.A. Music Biz Scene.
The reviews of Oliver Stone's new sunbaked noirish drama, "U-Turn," have ranged from rhapsodic to dismissive, but even the pic's fans are finding something very familiar about its script, based on…
Rodeo Drive's Dyansen Gallery was the site of a family reunion Sept. 24 as Variety's third annual American Music Legend Award was presented to seven members of the Newman clan of film composers.