Werner Herzog delivers a one-of-a-kind art-history lesson.
Toronto International Film Festival
Above: Actress Rachel Weisz discusses U.N. political drama "The Whistleblower" at the Variety Studio on Monday. Above: Geoffrey Rush, Josh Brolin and director Tom Hooper visit the Variety…
The big money in Toronto is on "Dredd," the 3D comicbook adaptation that Stuart Ford's sales company IM Global has sold around the world for more than $30 million in foreign commitments.
"Kill Shakespeare," an ambitious multimedia mash-up including a feature film, has won the Telefilm Canada Pitch This! contest, held Tuesday at the TIFF Bell Lightbox.
Semi-autobiographical tale features a standout perf from the venerable Kristbjorg Kjeld.
Grief may be the topic under examination, but humor is the tool with which it's dissected.
At the Toronto Film Fest, the domestic acquisitions market is back on the dance floor, but the pace of dealmaking is more akin to a genteel waltz than an all-night rave.
A high-class prostitute and a psychoanalyst find they have more in common than just clients with unusual hang-ups.
What should have been a shoo-in to the camp canon is more schizophrenic than its titular nutcase.
Oren Moverman's cop crime-thriller "Rampart" will be the first pic financed by newly formed Amalgam Features.
Actor-helmer David Schwimmer makes an ill-advised shift into Afterschool Special territory.