Reigning appropriately supreme at the Creative Arts Emmys, “Game of Thrones” nabbed six kudos, a total that boosted cabler HBO to an unsurpassed 17 trophies on the night. CBS was second with 13…
BIARRITZ -- Helmer Jane Campion is set to take part in Creative Talks, a series of masterclasses hosted by Variety parent Reed Midem during the upcoming Mipcom TV market at Cannes.
Cinedigm Entertainment Group has acquired U.S. distribution rights to music documentary "Don't Stop Believin': Everyman's Journey" and plans a spring release for theatrical, on-demand and premium…
Wolfe Video has acquired the U.S. DVD/VOD rights from Cinephil to documentary "Love Free or Die," centering on Bishop Gene Robinson's ordination by the New Hampshire Episcopal Church as the church's…
Kino Lorber has acquired U.S. and Canadian rights to Scott Thurman's documentary "The Revisionaries," which explores the power struggle inside the Texas State Board of Education.
"Strong!" is an entertaining portrait of Cheryl Haworth, a 2000 bronze medalist in women's weightlifting, as she trains for her third and final Olympics and faces a life no longer focused on the…
Coin collection proves a never-ending chore for docu filmmakers
An aptly infuriating expose of sexual abuse within the U.S. military, Kirby Dick's docu "The Invisible War" calls high-ranking officials to account for turning a blind eye to a violent epidemic.
Gotham-based distributor New Video has picked up North American rights to Sundance prizewinner "Hell and Back Again," Danfung Dennis' feature about a Marine's life during and after his stint in…
"I'd rather have Jesus than silver and gold," goes a lyric from one of the spirituals sung by members of Washington, D.C.'s World Missions for Christ Church. It could also serve as an alternate title…