The buying bonanza at Sundance hasn't been a boon for all.
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Shia LeBeouf and Evan Rachel Wood stopped by the Variety Studio on Tuesday to discuss Fredrik Bond’s new drama “The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman.” LeBeouf, who plays a guy in love with the…
After seeing strong results with the anthology horror pic "V/H/S," Magnolia Pictures is nearing a deal to acquire standalone sequel "S-VHS," sources tell Variety.
With the immediacy of a flash grenade, "The Square" captures a historical moment by inhabiting a political organism -- the ongoing Egyptian Revolution, filmed for two years in and around Tahrir…
When director Shane Carruth (“Primer”) was casting his sophomore feature “Upstream Color,” it was his editor David Lowery, the director of fellow Sundance pic “Ain’t Them Bodies Saints,” who…
Assembling a terrific cast is the main achievement of screenwriter Stuart Zicherman's directorial debut, "A.C.O.D." (an awkward acronym for "Adult Children of Divorce"), but the ensemble's crack…
Effectively unsettling for as long as auds don't know what's going on -- in part because the actors didn't, either -- Jeremy Lovering's tense debut might have worked better had it left more to the…
An eye-opening examination of Mexico's blood-soaked drug war and its unsettling pop-culture side effects, "Narco Cultura" is as overwhelming as it is absorbing.
The Sundance Channel has inked new distrib pacts for its television networks and VOD services in Spain, Hungary, Poland, the Philippines and Thailand.
Main St. went from booming to breaking down on Tuesday, as the dozens of lounges, pop-ups and party spaces at the Sundance Film Fest began packing it in and calling it a year.
This painfully unfunny vehicle for writer-stars June Diane Raphael and Casey Wilson is, depressingly, a comedy built on the amusement value of stupid people that is itself too stupid to be funny.