Perplexed about what makes great cinematography? Oscar nominee Roger Deakins and other top d.p.’s explain how they judge their category.
Hoyte Van Hoytema
Cinematographer Hoyte van Hoytema and sound designer/re-recording mixer Paul N.J. Ottosson spoke with Variety's David S. Cohen about the tricks they used to deliver, respectively, director…
First-time helmer-scribe Gabriela Pichler's "Eat Sleep Die" scooped the Swedish Film Institute's Guldbagge (Golden Bug) awards for best pic, director, script and actress for debutant Nermina Lukac on…
Michael Haneke's autumnal drama "Amour" dominated nominations for this year's European Film Awards - Europe's equivalent of the Oscars - scoring in six categories.
Inspired by the 1976 prostitution scandal that led straight to the heart of the Swedish government, helmer Mikael Marcimain's masterful feature debut, "Call Girl," is a meaty, never-sensationalistic…
STOCKHOLM -- Political thriller "Call Girl" will open the Stockholm Film Festival, which runs Nov. 7-18.
Hot off its Golden Globes win for comedy or musical, "The Artist" leads the pack with 12 BAFTA nominations, announced in London Tuesday morning.
From Tom Stern's bloodless, monochromatic palette on Clint Eastwood's "J. Edgar" to Janusz Kaminski's vibrant, painterly images in Steven Spielberg's "War Horse," filmmakers took radically different…
Variety spotlights 10 directors, producers, screenwriters and thesps poised for breakthroughs.
An inventive, meaty distillation of Le Carre's 1974 novel.
Cinematographers fete their fellow filmmakers.