Sundance Institute executive director Keri Putnam, producer Celine Rattray and co-head of UTA’s Independent Film Group Rena Ronson talked about Hollywood’s lack of inclusion of women — and how to fix…
Cannes Film Festival
Many female professionals in Hollywood have their own stories of sexism to tell, and at Variety and Kering’s Women in Motion talk at the Cannes Film Festival, producer Celine Rattray shared her own…
With A New Generation At Work, The Netherlands Look To Claim A Spot In The Firmament Of European Cinema
The Dutch film industry has blossomed over the past several years, driven by a new generation of filmmakers and producers, its rich tradition for family pics and documentaries and bolstered by its…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
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Erin Kolirin asks what does it mean to try to be a good person in a society that doesn't reward good behavior?
If the cinema is magic, then the nomadic projectionists and technicians of "The Cinema Travelers" are its Oz-like wizards.
A film prone to cutting on an unfallen tear, “From the Land of the Moon” from French director Nicole Garcia is as syrupy a confection as ever dripped from the pen of Nicholas Sparks (though inspired…
While it's not among the festival's official prizes, every year at Cannes, a group of film critics awards the "Palme Dog," a citation honoring the best canine performance of the festival — a perfect…
Leave it to a French stop-motion film to cut closer to the reality of the orphan experience than "Annie," "Matilda" or any number of like-minded live-action melodramas have over the years.
If the prospect of watching Gerard Depardieu rap sounds like reason enough to see a movie, then "Tour de France" delivers.
Boasting more tangled plots and bodies than an octopus has tentacles, South Korean auteur Park Chan-wook's "The Handmaiden" is a bodice-ripper about a pickpocket who poses as a maid to swindle a…
Deliriously loquacious dialogue and a rare understanding of how to balance Italian caricature with a grounding sense of realism characterize this terrifically played comedy-drama.