The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has launched a letter-writing campaign in support of pending California legislation to put the brakes on runaway production.
Just for Variety: Army Archerd
The Chinese Film Bureau on Tuesday granted a wide release to "The Touch," from Michelle Yeoh's Mythical Films, one of the few Hong Kong companies to get a release outside the strict foreign-film…
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Helmer Eugenie Jansen's "Calimucho," Johan Nijenhuis' "Floris" and Ineke Smits' "Mountains at Sea" are among 10 Dutch projects selected for the Netherlands Production Platform, a showcase of films in…
Some heavy-weight Spanish-lingo auteurs will compete in the Official Selection of the 50th San Sebastian Intl. Film Festival, running Sept. 19-28.
Writestuff - Jonathan Bing
Tony Scott has committed to direct as his next film "Man on Fire," a Brian Helgeland-scripted adaptation of the A.J. Quinnell novel that has been Scott's unrequited love for nearly two decades.
It will probably be one of the most ambitious and expensive pictures ever made -- whoever ends up making it. The formidable team of Baz Luhrmann and Dino De Laurentiis believe they will win the race…
On Aug. 8, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences board of governors will convene for the first time since they voted to move up the Oscarcast a month, to Feb. 29, 2004.
Part youth-rebel movie, part dysfunctional family yarn, Jinsei Tsuji's "Filament" pushes the quirky button a little too hard throughout. Likable but overstretched comedy-drama about a bunch of…