Paramount Vantage and Miramax celebrated competition entry "No Country for Old Men" by dining with friends, including the film's auteurs, Joel and Ethan Coen, and co-stars including Javier Bardem…
Variety's chief film critic Todd McCarthy, below right, and the subject of his doc "Man of Cinema: Pierre Rissient" were the focal point of a pourer on the roof of the Palais Saturday.
Martin Scorsese was feted by Gotham's Museum of Modern Art on May 15 at MoMA's 39th annual Party in the Garden. Helmer was praised for his film conservation initiatives.
Sumner Redstone accepted honors from the Asia Society Southern California, and smooches from Robert Evans, on May 16 in BevHills. Redstone was recognized for "connecting people through the power of…
Doc presents viewer with reams of depressing data, loads of hand-wringing about the state of humanity.
The psychological fallout from alternative sexualities is explored to subtle and penetrating effect.
Drifting between drollery and moodiness, philosophically minded pic is a profound emotional experience.
The Palais screening of "U2 3D" could prove a watershed moment for 3-D cinema. And it would seem to be an obvious slam-dunk for a "U2 3D" North American theatrical sale by CAA.
Just weeks after "Spider-Man 3" swung into theaters as the biggest opening weekend of all time, DreamWorks Animation's "Shrek the Third" took in $122 million over three days to become the…
Israeli film "The Band's Visit" has set off a buyer's frenzy following a 15-minute standing ovation at the end of Saturday's official screening.
New Line took the top off of "Hairspray" Sunday with a packed-out screening for 200 buyers. The only two major territories still unsold are Italy and Japan, both of which topper Rolf Mittweg said…