Strand Releasing has acquired U.S. rights to Clio Barnard's "The Arbor," the portrait of the late Brit playwright Andrea Dunbar, and will release the doc in April.
Neil Jordan has signed up to direct a feature adaptation of Paul Murray's Booker Prize long-listed tome "Skippy Dies."
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The American Federation of Television & Radio Artists has issued a "do not work" order to its members against Stan Brooks.
Screenwriter Suso Cecchi d'Amico became the grande dame of postwar Italian cinema through versatile visual storytelling talent.
Warner Bros.' "Inception" topped a trio of wide releases this weekend.
The paper trail may be getting cold.
This week, Variety offers our third theme issue, following December's music and decade-wrap editions.
The May floods in Tennessee put a sizable chunk of the Grand Ole Opry's video archives underwater.
For decades, the estate of Kodak founder George Eastman has housed a museum dedicated to photography and movies.
In 2000, Celestial Pictures bought the Shaw Brothers film library, the world's largest Chinese film collection, encompassing more than 760 feature films released over a 40-year timeframe.