San Sebastian's Europe-Latin America Co-production Forum — now in its second edition — has strengthened the fest's status as a key launchpad for Latin American arthouse film projects with crossover…
From the September 17, 2013 issue of Variety
A not-particularly-fresh take on "The Bad News Bears" — which already spawned multiple movies and a 1979 series — "Back in the Game" isn't without its modest charms.
Jerry Bruckheimer and Disney will soon discuss whether to continue a relationship that's been in place since the 1990s or part ways.
Mark Steines, now co-host of Hallmark Channel's "Home & Family," admits he had no inkling that Burnett was destined to lead the charge on the contemporary wave of reality programming.
After shaking up TV's status quo with groundbreaking reality hits, Mark Burnett now has his eye on bigger and bolder productions. Fueled by faith, family and the financial muscle of Hearst Corp., the…
Mark Burnett's One Three Media is run like a family business — albeit one with a well-heeled new member in Hearst Corp.
Producing a hit TV show is no easy feat. Producing four hit shows across three networks and a variety of genres is a Herculean task.
"The intention behind LightWorkers is not solely to do faith-based productions, but we do have a bias toward the family and stories that shine a real light of positivity and love," Downey says.
As a young man in the British Army, Mark Burnett learned a lot about leadership by training with a career U.S. Army officer from Texas named William "Buck" Kernan.
The best part about "The Goldbergs," alas, comes at the very end, when we see video footage of the actual characters who inspired this autobiographical comedy. It's a link to humanity and reality in…
If ever a comedy pilot cried out for a one-hour premiere, it's "Trophy Wife," a series that races through so much plot in its introductory half-hour as to practically obliterate its central…