Over the years, the Academy's Scientific & Technical Awards banquet has been called many things: warm, intimate, classy and, at its best, emotional. But one description that has never been…
The Academy Scientific & Technical Awards are often causally referred to as the “Sci-Tech Oscars,” but in fact most of the Sci-Tech awards are plaques and certificates, not Oscars. In some years, no…
Neil Drumming makes a skillfully scripted debut with this story of three former members of a '90s hip-hop band.
With the unveiling of the Dolby Theater in Hollywood and the release of Pixar's "Brave" tomorrow, pros and the public are getting their first ears-ful of Dolby's new sound format, Atmos.
Fuel TV plans to launch sports-entertainment panel show "Master Debaters With Jay Mohr" on Sept. 7.
In the 1960s, Arch Oboler, whose pic "Bwana Devil" had kicked off the 3D boom of the 1950s, spoke to Variety about what had gone so wrong with 3D in those years.
The "Mad Men" season five contract flap somehow put me in mind of the original "Star Trek," and how, after surviving one cancellation, it wheezed to its swan song after three seasons.
I want to say one word to you about the future of entertainment.
Stereoscopic 3D pioneer Chris Condon received the Intl. 3D Society's Charles M. Brewster award for lifetime achievement Tuesday night as the org bestowed its first technology honors.
The stereoscopic 3D (S3D) home entertainment landscape has been transformed just in time for CES.
Sony's consumer electronics division announced today it has licensed RealD's stereoscopic 3D (S3D) system for its consumer electronics, notably its Bravia line of HDTV sets.