"Homesick" approaches the topic of incest sans sensationalism — but without much dramatic impact, either.
Sundance Film Festival
The movie resembles "Dogtooth" and another recent festival favorite, "The Tribe," in the way it plunges viewers into a circumscribed world that has its own warped moral code.
A filmmaker known primarily for his perceptive melodramas about women, from "Things You Can Tell Just By Looking at Her " to "Mother and Child," now turns his attention to a primal tale of fathers…
Though the lid was blown off the Church of Scientology long ago, Alex Gibney's powder-keg documentary, "Going Clear," should certainly rattle the walls, if not shake them to their very foundations.
Fox Searchlight has landed “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl,” Variety has learned. It’s easy to understand the studio’s enthusiasm. The dramedy about a high school student who is basically…
Kris Swanberg makes a huge leap into the indie mainstream with her delicate and beautiful third feature film.
Exec producer Lena Dunham and director Matt Wolfe discuss their new Eloise documentary “It’s Me Hilary” at the Variety Studio Presented by Dockers.
Rarely has a performer striven so concertedly to shed any trace of his/her comedy roots as Sarah Silverman does over the course of "I Smile Back."
Sony Pictures Classics has nabbed North American rights to “Diary of a Teenage Girl” for $2 million, along with other worldwide rights. The adaptation of Phoebe Gloeckner's coming-of-age novel…
Filmmaker Alex Gibney took the stage Sunday flanked by former Scientologists and journalist Lawrence Wright after “Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief” debuted to a standing ovation at…