One of the most beloved comedies on Israeli television today concerns a hapless Arab journalist balancing family, work and an unquenchable desire to blend in with his Jewish peers.
Yossi Aviram makes an uncommonly sensitive debut with this beautifully understated drama about a father and his long-estranged son.
Fox has ordered a multi-cam comedy from John Mulaney and Lorne Michaels to series, it was announced today. The ensemble laffer, titled “Mulaney,” is created and written by Mulaney and was originally…
In this never-before published letter given to Variety, author J.D. Salinger tries to explain his conflicted feelings about Hollywood.
Comedian George Lopez has inked an overall film and TV deal with Pantelion Films and South Shore, the film and TV venture between Lionsgate and Mexican media corporation Televisa. In mid-October…
When a festival nears the 20-year mark, many feel certain expectations have to be met. The Busan Film Festival, which will open its 18th edition Oct. 3, is no exception.
While many people argue that Korean film funding is now more cautious and professional, two big companies did make very large bets this year - only one paid off in a big way.
New faces behind the films and fresh stories on the screen have reinvigorated the Korean film business.
Jason Osder's riveting documentary chronicles the escalating confrontations between the Philadelphia police and the radical group Move.
Shot in black-and-white in homage to "Raging Bull," Jim Taihuttu's solo feature debut is a well-made but by-the-book immigrant boxer pic.
“X-Men: Days of Future Past” scribe Simon Kinberg has been tapped to write the latest draft to Fox’s “Fantastic Four” reboot. “Chronicle” director Josh Trank will direct with Kinberg also coming on…