“Loving” director Jeff Nichols, and stars Ruth Negga and Joel Edgerton discussed depicting and spotlighting “unknown soldiers” Richard and Mildred Loving, who’s mixed-race marriage was forbidden in 1958 Virginia.
The trio stopped by the Variety Studio presented by airbnb at the Toronto Film Festival.
The day before the Oscars, all your favorite indie stars along with a slew of Oscar nominees stopped by the Variety Portrait Studio presented by AT&T at the Independent Spirit Awards. Get an inside look at the portrait sessions in this exclusive video and see all the gorgeous portraits of Tilda Swinton, Sterling K. Brown, [...]
Although Debra Eisenstadt was on the set of her own film, “Imaginary Order,” the director said she was still “battling a lot of sexism.” The filmmaker revealed that the crew questioned her direction, forcing her to fire an assistant director due to his behavior. “The AD’s talking over me or having separate conversations and I [...]
“Eighth Grade” writer/director Bo Burnham and star Elsie Fisher discussed portraying the ambivalence of the internet in their new film. “This is a good portrayal of what the internet is. It’s not always smiles or obsessing on emojis. It’s its own thing. It’s not bad or good; it’s both,” Fisher said at the Variety Studio [...]
The real reason behind Forky’s odd name choice.
Cult movie legend and horror staple, John Carpenter reflects on his legacy.
Tom Hanks and the team behind “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” dropped by the Variety studio over the weekend to discuss the new Mr. Rogers film, which premiered to rave reviews out of the Toronto Film Festival. Hanks was asked what he thought Mr. Rogers would say to children who are living in the age […]