One of the most curious comedies to emerge on both sides of the Pond this year is "Flowers," which features Olivia Colman and Julian Barratt in a dark look at a dysfunctional family. Think "Arrested…
Event producer Live Nation Entertainment and Ford Motor Co. will hit the road this month, launching new reality series “The Rider Challenge.” The series, which marks Live Nation’s first foray into…
A defiantly unclassifiable cross-genre experiment that simultaneously reinvents and regurgitates low-budget British cinema as it goes.
Wynton Marsalis will host a one-hour CBS special, "New Orleans: Let the Good Times Roll," at noon on game day as part of the company's Super Bowl XLVII package, a major collaborative effort across…
LONDON -- On a Saturday night in November, 1,200 people gathered in a converted steel mill near Sheffield to watch the Shane Meadows thriller "Dead Man's Shoes" on a giantscreen, with a live band…
Alex Ebert, the flamboyant singer and songwriter for L.A. indie rock band Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, has been tapped by director J.C. Chandor to score "All Is Lost."
Variety's 10 Euro helmers to watch include Magnus Martens, Sacha Polak, Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurdsson, more. . .
Camaraderie among Variety's Critics Choice selection
Hand-picked European films including a dark farce about Nazis on the moon and the sexual adventures of a disabled man feature in Variety's 10 Euro Filmmakers to Watch at next month's Karlovy Vary…
Steady heavy rain may have dampened the typically festive vibe on Austin's 6th street this weekend, but as the clouds parted Sunday around noon, it was clear the larger roster of top, medium and…
Just a couple of years out of college, Will Sharpe and Tom Kingsley raised £25,000 ($39,000) to shoot their first feature "Black Pond," about a family that invites a stranger to dinner, and then…