Seduced and Abandoned
James Toback on How He Talked Alec Baldwin, Ryan Gosling and Martin Scorsese into 'Seduced and Abandoned'
One evening this past spring, just before leaving New York for the Cannes Film Festival, James Toback was sitting in his Upper East Side apartment watching Game 6 of the Knicks vs. the Pacers in the…
The Gotham premiere on Oct. 24 of HBO's "Seduced and Abandoned" was not your typical documentary affair. The attendance of A-list helmers Martin Scorsese, Barry Levinson and Bennett Miller as well as…
Italian screenwriter Luciano Vincenzoni, who worked with Billy Wilder and Dino De Laurentiis and co-penned Sergio Leone's spaghetti Westerns “For a Few Dollars More" and “The Good, the Bad and the…
Opera is the subject, medium and language of Jiri Menzel's inventive if overstretched comedy.
Naked capitalism hit the screen at Cannes, but it was steamy "Blue" that bared the fest's soul.
Variety's critics agree to disagree on the best and worst of the fest's 66th edition.
A spirited, highly amusing and endearingly shambolic documentary about film, money, Cannes and death, roughly in that order.
In the movie business, the label "art film" isn't always a deal-breaker. Nowhere is this more apparent than at Cannes.
HBO has acquired U.S. and Canadian television rights to James Toback's Cannes-themed feature docu “Seduced and Abandoned,” which preems at the fest this year. Michael Mailer, Alec Baldwin and Toback…