MarVista Entertainment has a new source of funds, and a new movie.
The border between Bulgaria and Romania seems more permeable after "Shelter."
Location manager Ilt Jones put a little too much of himself into getting a Bahamian filming location.
Shifting from the jet-black absurdism of "Bartleby," director Jonathan Parker jabs and pokes at the New York contemporary art world with some satirical success in "(Untitled)."
It starts with a bang. The houselights snap out on the sound of a bomb blast. It's the IRA's 1996 attack on London's Canary Wharf, but terrorism is only the background of David Eldridge's "Under the…
In an about-face, Alec Baldwin has returned to CAA. Citing personal reasons, Baldwin had left the agency late last month (Daily Variety, April 25). The abrupt exit came as he was dealing with the…
Anyone nervous about Hollywood's stranglehold on the dumb-teen-movie market should take comfort in "Dirty Deeds," a dispiritingly lazy high school comedy that feels no less engineered by committee…
Those who like Oscar Wilde filtered through Franz Kafka should make a beeline for the Hampstead Theater revival of "What the Butler Saw," the Joe Orton comedy that -- nearly 40 years after its…