IFC is close to signing a deal for U.S. distribution rights to “The D Train,” the high school reunion comedy that debuted this week at the Sundance Film Festival. The film will land a healthy seven…
Sundance Film Festival
With its slippery, deftly woven narrative, Deraspe's doc could find an audience with the same viewers fascinated by "The Imposter" and "Catfish."
Director Craig Zobel and the cast of “Z for Zachariah” talk about the apocalyptic drama at the Variety Studio Presented by Dockers in Sundance.
In what could almost be a Fort Greene, Brooklyn-based variation on Armistead Maupin's "Tales of the City" series, a trio of new bohemians are trying to get pregnant while fending off the distractions…
At a time when audiences are more friendly to raunch-coms than rom-coms, writer-director Leslye Headland tries to split the difference.
Midway through Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig's "Mistress America," the movie arrives at a long, zany set piece so inspired and brilliantly sustained that it alone would be worth the price of…
A buoyant teenage caper that has at least as much in common with John Hughes-style high school comedies as it does with most 'hood narratives involving drugs, gangs and crime.
Open Road Films has emerged victorious in the most heated bidding war at this year’s Sundance Film Festival for “Dope,” Rick Famuyiwa’s fresh and funny new comedy, Variety has learned. The deal will…
Following their Sundance debut, “The End of the Tour’s” Jason Segel, director James Ponsoldt and screenwriter Donald Margulies discuss the David Foster Wallace drama at the Variety Studio Presented…
James Franco isn’t ruling out a return to the superhero genre that helped make his name with Sam Raimi’s “Spider-Man” films, although he doesn’t sound that enthusiastic about donning a cape or mask.…