Revolution Studios and Cheyenne Enterprises partners Bruce Willis and Arnold Rifkin are near a deal to film the story of a woman's decadelong quest to pin a murder on Robert Durst, an heir to a…
The night before the official start of the 2002 Sundance Film Festival, a handful of early-bird executives and agents spent the evening over long dinners at high-end spots like Zoom and Grappa. Some…
Samuel Goldwyn Films and Fireworks Pictures have acquired North American rights to George Hickenlooper's "The Man From Elysian Fields."
Blake Edwards, whose comedy scripting career includes the "Pink Panther" films, "10" and "Victor/Victoria," has been tapped to receive the Screen Laurel Award from the Writers Guild of America West.
Army Archerd: Just for Variety
In need of digital content, Gotham-based ContentFilm is aligning itself with content provider Blow Up Pictures.
Dimension Films has upped senior director of business and legal affairs Michael Marshall to vice president. Joining him are new hires Eric Sherman and Lumumba Mosquera, both directors in the…
Timothy M. Gray: Reel Life
Jean-Pierre Jeunet's "Amelie" has nabbed three Lumiere Awards for film, screenplay and actress (Audrey Tautou), according to organizers of the kudos, the French equivalent of the Golden Globes.
Three couples escape Athens' summer heat but hit personal problems instead in "One Day in August," a quilt of virtually separate vignettes linked by a fourth strand that's less dramatically…
One of the most-anticipated Greek debuts of late last year, and certainly the strongest of the local-lingo movies competing at the Thessaloniki festival, Hristos Dimas' "The Cistern" takes…