Mixing the emotional depth of his marital drama with the insouciant satire of contempo Chinese consumerism, helmer Feng Xiaogang comes up with his subtlest comedy to date in "Cell Phone." This ironic…
Painter-cum-filmmaker M.F. Husain lets palette take precedence over plotting in "Meenaxi: Tale of 3 Cities," a beautifully lensed tale of a writer bewitched by a female muse that desperately needs a…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Warner Bros. has made a deal for an untitled film about a privatized security force sent to a Middle Eastern country to orchestrate a coup. Basil Iwanyk's Thunder Road and Guymon Casady at Management…
Strand Releasing has acquired U.S. rights to Brazilian director Marcos Bernstein's drama about an aging female amateur detective, "The Other Side of the Street," which stars Oscar-nominated "Central…
"Boys Don't Cry" writer-director Kimberly Peirce is helming a film about the legendary Israeli spy Eli Cohen for Columbia Pictures. Dan Jinks and Bruce Cohen are producing through their shingle…
Warner Bros. has set Mark Ruffalo to join Jennifer Aniston and Shirley MacLaine in the Ted Griffin-directed untitled romantic comedy that advances the storyline of "The Graduate."
Dick Wolf is looking to some familiar faces as he begins the process of casting the fourth chapter in TV's most successful drama franchise.
Showtime has signed a roster of indie film helmers to direct the second season of one-hour drama "The L Word." Lineup includes Neil LaBute ("The Shape of Things"), Burr Steers ("Igby Goes Down")…
National Public Radio's Los Angeles station KCRW will begin broadcasting a new biweekly talkshow hosted by Daily Variety film reporter Claude Brodesser on Mondays at 2:30 p.m. Station has signed…