The Berlin Film Festival got off to a powerful start on Thursday with Wong Kar Wai's philosophical actioner "The Grandmaster," starring Tony Leung Chiu Wai as the legendary martial arts master Ip Man.
Tim Robbins, Danish director Susanne Bier, Germany's Andreas Dresen, and U.S. helmer and cinematographer Ellen Kuras are among the high-profile names joining Wong Kar Wai on the international jury of…
Manager-producer Renee Tab is launching Sentient Entertainment to develop and produce film, TV properties.
The Venice Film Festival will honor Vittorio Gassman with a pre-opening-day event dedicated to the late, great Italo thesp.
The Venice Film Festival has tapped Iranian artist and filmmaker Shirin Neshat to head the jury of its recently revamped Horizons section, which is dedicated to new trends in world cinema.
An overview of the features unspooling in Park City this year.
Visual artist Shirin Neshat makes pic debut with an uneven take on the controversial Persian novella.
There appears to be no end to fascinating yarns from Germany's rich medieval history. And storytellers delving into the country's more recent past to examine anew the era and legacy of the Third…
This year, Venice mixes works from established helmers and newcomers.
Variety surveys the French pics at Venice.
More movies, more countries, more first- and second-time works, and certainly more Yank fare -- that's the formula adopted by program topper Marco Mueller for Venice fest's big bounce back this year.
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