A crackerjack serial-killer chiller in "Seven" mold, "Tell Me Something" cleverly disguises its thoroughly generic content and leaps of logic with highly honed technique and an involving approach to…
The Australian B.O. hit an all-time high last year -- but the grim news for Aussie producers was that homegrown films took the lowest share of the pie since 1991.
Gay and lesbian org Outfest, founder of Los Angeles' largest film fest, has unveiled its 2000 slate of pic screenings and events.
Sixty-five independent producers will converge with buyers, sales agents and financiers from around the world in San Francisco today to kick off the seventh annual Intl. Film Financing Conference.
A construction worker was crushed to death Tuesday morning at the site of the new Oscar theater at Highland Avenue and Hollywood Boulevard.
Gotham-based producer John Lyons ("Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me") will team up with playwright turned screenwriter Douglas Carter Beane ("To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar")…
"Election," director Alexander Payne's darkly satiric look at a race for high school president, and "The Limey," Steven Soderbergh's sleek detective pic, topped the list of nominations for the 15th…
Visit Variety.com's Academy Central From a mouse to a mummy, James Bond to Jim West, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences on Wednesday tapped the seven pics that will face off Feb. 9 in an…
Universal Studios has committed to street-car racing project "Racer X," starring Paul Walker ("She's All That," "Varsity Blues," for probable release in the first half of 2001.
HBO will present its third annual Short Film Award showcasing up-and-coming black filmmakers, during the Acapulco Black Film Festival.
The sixth annual Slamdance Film Festival has selected "South of Heaven, West of Hell," Dwight Yoakam's directorial debut, as its closing night film.