Dariusz Wolski has spent his career vaulting from one big-budget project to the next, most recently serving as d.p. for the elaborate "Pirates of the Caribbean" films. But "Sweeney Todd," with its…
D.p. Eric Gautier may be a Cannes mainstay thanks to his collaborations with Gallic helmers like Olivier Assayas, but it's his work on Sean Penn's very American "Into the Wild" that finds him on…
According to "La Vie en rose" helmer Olivier Dahan, Tetsuo Nagata likes wide shots without a lot of movement.
Like his frequent collaborator Clint Eastwood and his most recent partner, Danish director Susanne Bier ("Things We Lost in The Fire"), Tom Stern is all about making technique invisible.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' New York Oscar-night party will be held at the Carlyle Hotel this year.
The town's first day back at work started with reports that the Golden Globes would probably proceed as scheduled Jan. 13, thanks to a hoped-for waiver from the striking Writers Guild.
Joel and Ethan Coen's "No Country for Old Men" took home a trio of trophies at the Oklahoma Film Critics Circle Awards.
For its international debut in Sydney ahead of a Broadway bow in fall 2008, London hit "Billy Elliot the Musical" has undergone a slight but significant makeover, with softer Thatcher themes, lighter…
Since Brad Bird is writer-director of three of the best animated films of the past decade, "The Iron Giant," "The Incredibles" and "Ratatouille," it's no surprise to hear him extol the virtues of…
Michael Cunningham, novelist ("The Hours"), screenwriter and a teacher of writing, spoke to Variety features editor David S. Cohen for Cohen's upcoming book "Screen Plays: How 25 Scripts Made It to a…