Submarine Entertainment has sold distribution rights for Doug Aitken's performance film “Station to Station” to more than half a dozen international markets following its world premiere at Sundance…
Sundance Film Festival
The Variety Studio presented by Dockers and photographed by Michael Friberg.
Tolga Karacelik's psychological thriller with eventual supernatural elements is intriguing enough, but slow-moving and insufficiently atmospheric.
Docu avoid both excessive cronyism and soapboxing as it traverses from a portrait of helmer's comedic mentor to something that could scarcely be less of a laughing matter.
The short, unhappy life of legendary grunge band Nirvana's driving force gets probably-definitive screen treatment.
Variety’s top film critics have selected their favorite movies of the 2015 Sundance Film Festival, which screened over 123 features in its 17th edition. All three of them agree: grand prize and…
“Zipper,” a ripped-from-the-headlines political thriller that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, has sold North American rights to Alchemy. The film will be released in theaters and on-demand…
This abysmal thriller, in which a captive woman escapes and then makes a deal with the man who was holding her, seems to have far more interest in imagining violent scenarios (against women, mainly…
Pic finds most of its best moments in the action-packed scenes south of the Rio Grande.
The story of an overtaxed taxi driver (wholeheartedly embodied by Sundance acting-award winner Jack Reynor) forced to care for his mother (Toni Collette, even better) while she tries to drink herself…
“Grandma,” a film about a sassy grandmother trying to help her granddaughter find the money for abortion, comes down firmly for a woman’s right to choose. By aligning itself with the pro-choice…