Murder, adultery, thievery, family intrigue and great costumes: Sounds like grist for a pay cable drama, and that's what scribe-helmer Neil Jordan intends to make of the infamous Borgia clan for…
Just a handful of U.S. distribution deals closed at the fest.
Over the past two weeks, close to 200 films debuted at three of the major fall-season film festivals -- Venice, Telluride and Toronto -- providing a sampling of which pictures promise to remain…
11:35 — Nevermind Huckabee. Chingy? Really? Memo to Chingy: Crossing picket lines isn't "crunk." Wait, unless "crunk" is a bad thing. But I don't think it is. 11:36 — "A Jew, a Christian and a…
Argentine films are beating Hollywood pics at the local box office thanks to big names and strong word of mouth.
France, Sweden, Finland and South Africa have chosen pics for consideration for an Oscar nomination in the foreign-language category.
Addressing the 3D Entertainment Summit this morning, Variety veep and editorial director Peter Bart warned that the movie industry is facing its biggest crisis since the early 1970s and must embrace…
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. Some quick items this morning… Time has put Glenn Beck on its cover, in a cover story with the headline: "Mad Man: Is Glenn Beck Bad for America?"…
Tokyo Filmex, Japan's leading fest of indie pics, announced its lineup on Thursday.
Yelmo Cines, Spain's biggest cinema theater loop, is negotiating to screen Spanish soccer league games at its digital cinemas, the company confirmed at San Sebastian's 1st Digital Audiovisual Forum…
Teutonic entrepreneur Jan Mojto's company Beta Film has dipped its toe in Spain's TV market, taking a 25% stake in online TV content distrib Comercial TV.