In "The Law in These Parts," one of Israel's most creative nonfiction filmmakers places judges and attorneys on the cinematic witness stand to explain Israel's contorted 45-year-old military legal…
Sundance Film Festival
In its first and likely only pickup from Sundance, FilmDistrict has acquired rights to "Safety Not Guaranteed," plotting a robust theatrical release for the sci-fi-tinged oddball comedy that marks…
Variety's senior film critics Justin Chang and Peter Debruge weigh in on the 2012 Sundance Film festival.
Among several recent documentaries about Detroit, the elegiac "Detropia" is perhaps the most aesthetically pleasing, if not the most informative or insightful.
One of the great movies about movies, "Room 237" takes permanent residence in the icy labyrinth that is Stanley Kubrick's "The Shining."
The controversy surrounding Christendom's first openly gay bishop gets a well-intentioned glossing-over in Macky Alston's raggedly structured docu.
"Beasts of the Southern Wild" and "The House I Live In" have won the grand jury prizes for American films at the Sundance Film Festival.
Magnolia just nabbed its second Sundance title in a day, as distrib announced Saturday evening it had picked up North American rights to "2 Days in New York."
A piano prodigy (Jesse Eisenberg) winds up going wackily far out of his way to get the rest of his family's life in order.
The film provides a cautionary tale as it chronicles several years in the endlessly self-recorded life of Chris Crocker, who won fame with his 2007 "Leave Britney alone!" YouTube rant.