Jennifer Lawrence on Saturday said her film “Joy” is a tribute to “women who are the unsung heroes of their households.” She also paid tribute to writer-director David O. Russell, saying she would do…
"Tharlo," a drama about a shepherd's encounter with the big city and love, was awarded the Grand Prize at Tokyo Filmex.
Groups like the NYFCC and LAFCA have a power and a responsibility that's far more important than being Oscar prognosticators.
Focus Features’ "The Danish Girl," opening Nov. 27 in a limited run, stars Eddie Redmayne as Lili Elbe, a real-life pioneer in sex-reassignment surgeries that took place in 1930-31. Alicia Vikander…
Unlike last week's Grand Bell prizes, Korea's Blue Dragon Awards spread the love between "Ode," "Assassination," "Veteran" and "The Throne."
"Birdman" and "Boyhood." "Citizenfour" and Julianne Moore. They all won Oscars this year. But they were also winners of 2014 IFP Gotham Awards, the first major awards show of the season and one that…
John Crowley directs Fox Searchlight's "Brooklyn," about a young woman (Saoirse Ronan) going from Ireland to America. He spoke with Variety about his own emigration and early influences, including…
"Cemetery of Splendour," by Thailand's auteur champion Apichatpong Weerasethakul, was named as best film at the Asia Pacific Screen Awards.
This year's line-up is packed with intimate, personal storytelling.
‘Steve Jobs’: Danny Boyle, Aaron Sorkin on Apple CEO’s Criticism, Why Fassbender Is Unlike Other Actors
“Steve Jobs” director Danny Boyle and screenwriter Aaron Sorkin recently sat down with Variety to discuss their unconventional approach to bringing the Apple co-founder’s life to the big screen…
Selections in the category of limited series or motion picture made for television are far from limited.