A revelatory performance by 29-year-old rising star Felicity Jones ("Like Crazy") is the chief but hardly only virtue of this tastefully mounted and brilliantly acted Dickens tale.
An federal appellate panel on Tuesday raised questions of just how different Dish Network’s automatic ad-skipping feature, AutoHop, and nightly recording PrimeTime Anytime were from a regular DVR, as…
"Mr Selfridge," starring Jeremy Piven, encapsulates a key part of what ITV wants to do more of — produce inhouse U.K. hits that can sell strongly overseas.
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By VARIETY STAFF John Neville, a British-born Canadian actor and stage director who starred in “The Adventures of Baron Munchausen” and appeared in TV series “The X Files,” died Saturday in Toronto…
In 1985, two phone calls on the Friday before Labor Day weekend changed Rebecca Eaton's life.
Beautifully shot and graced with a splendid performance by Olivia Williams, Jane Austen biopic "Miss Austen Regrets" focuses on a relatively narrow window in the author's life, serving as something…
Helmer Bret Wood employs an array of storytelling devices -- referencing everything from German Expressionism to puppet theater and true-crime reality TV -- in an ambitious but frequently risible…
Anyone who buys into the idea that tragedies are supposed to be ennobling should take a look at this contemporized version of "Othello" on "Masterpiece Theatre," a potently disturbing telepic…
Filmed in the U.K. by Producers Films Ltd. for Channel 4. Producers, Jenny Edwards, Jeanna Polley, Neal Weisman; director, Graham Theakston; writer, Paula Milne; camera, Tom McDougal; editor, Alan…
Hugh Fleming (Nigel Havers), a handsome, dashing lothario at Cambridge, enters the air force in 1939 as though the impending war will be a mere extension of a cricket match, only with considerably…