There was mud-slinging in the U.S. presidential campaign, the SAG election and even Olympic judging, so why should Oscar be exempt?
Selling U.S. audiences on foreign-language films isn't easy. Nor is finding theaters that'll run unrated, sexually explicit fare.
When the Shanghai Film & TV Group was given the rights to distribute "Jurassic Park III" in January, China-watchers in Hollywood saw this as a fascinating test of the group's capacity to coordinate a…
Army Archerd: Just for Variety
Beauty is a very serious business these days in Hollywood.
Three somber dramas -- about war and death, immigrant outsiders and emotional outcasts -- dominate nominations for the 2002 David di Donatellos, Italy's most important film awards, to be presented…
The Isle of Man has unveiled a £25 million ($35 million) media development fund to attract big-budget films to shoot on the island.
The British Film Institute has inked a deal to use Counterpoint Systems' Movie Maestro software to manage the rights and royalties of its 11,000-pic collection, which includes "Breakfast at…
Genre fans likely will respond in sanguine fashion to the literal and figurative overkill in "Blade II," an aggressively over-the-top followup to the hit 1998 comicbook adaptation toplining Wesley…
Two of Mexico's best-performing pics of 2001 are snubbing local film kudofest the Ariels in protest at being passed over for Oscar consideration.
German production house and distribbery Constantin Film is set to up its U.S. activities following the stellar Stateside debut of videogame-to-movie franchise, "Resident Evil," starring Milla…