Rowan Joffe, the helmer behind Toronto title "Brighton Rock," is set to write and direct an adaptation of Brit scribe Steve Watson's debut novel "Before I Go to Sleep" with Ridley Scott's shingle…
Spain's Eddie Saeta, co-producer of this year's Cannes Palme d'Or winner, "Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives," has struck a strategic alliance with Argentina's FilmSharks Intl.
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IM Global's mammoth roughly $7 million pre-sale deal over the weekend with Entertainment for U.K. rights to "Dredd 3D" is indicative of the three-headed beast that the Toronto Film Festival has…
After much frantic last-minute tweaking and an exclusive shindig Saturday night, Toronto's TIFF Bell Lightbox cut the ribbon and officially rolled out the red carpet to the public on Sunday.
Facing financial pressure on several fronts, the Screen Actors Guild-industry health plan will be cutting benefits, hiking premiums and tightening eligibility next year.
Variety.com unveils today a digital version of the paper's 105-year archives.
U.K. Film Council chief exec John Woodward said Monday that he is ankling the state-backed film biz agency, which is set to shutter in April 2012 as part of government spending cuts.
Here's my latest column, on how an upcoming Supreme Court hearing is likely to ignite a new debate over violence in videogames. You can read it here, or below. So far, the midterm campaigns have been…
Fox has given a pilot order to a U.S. take on British laffer "Outnumbered."
Vincent Cassel-starrer "Our Day Will Come" has been nabbed by Optimum Releasing for U.K. distribution.
French filmmaker Claude Chabrol, one of the productive forefathers of the French New Wave, died Sunday in Paris.