Fully immodest and intermittently astonishing, Xavier Dolan's epic melodrama "Laurence Anyways" charts a male-to-female transsexual's tumultuous relationship with a straight woman but stands to…
Cannes Film Festival
The tensions between the spiritual and the secular, groups and individuals, are examined in intelligent, creepily insinuating but not entirely satisfying fashion in Cristian Mungiu's latest work.
A roughly faithful adaptation of Dostoyevsky's "Crime and Punishment," despite its setting in contempo Almaty.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Bertrand Faivre's the Bureau is on board to produce "Sky," the English-language debut of Fabienne Berthaud, with Cannes competition jury member Diane Kruger set to topline.
We Distribution has sold several major territories for Andrew Lau's action thriller "The Guillotines," currently in postproduction.
Shailene Woodley and Ezra Miller were onhand Thursday night to pick up the Chopard Trophy, which recognizes young actors. Variety partnered with Chopard to select the honorees for the 12th edition of…
Moroccan-French auteur Nabil Ayouch, whose "Horses of God" plays in Un Certain Regard today, is prepping "Simply Juana," one of the biggest-budgeted projects to come out of the Arab region this year.
U.K.-based film financier Prescience has joined forces with finance specialists Lee Vandermolen and Peter Dale to develop sources of institutional funding and private investment.
Myriad Pictures has reached an agreement to rep international rights on more than 20 titles in the Essential Entertainment library, including "Red Dog," "The Expatriate," "Barney's Version" and "The…
Maggie Monteith's Dignity Film Finance has unveiled a slate of three pics, including Joshua Michael Stern's "Closer to Fine," that it is producing and financing.
With a budget of €20 million ($26 million), Austria's FISA fund has backed 38 feature and documentary film productions since its launch in mid-2010.