“Interchange,” a noir fantasy thriller by Malaysia’s Dain Iskandar Said, will be the opening film of the Singapore International Film Festival.
Ranging from 1971’s “Dusty and Sweets McGee” to Collin Schiffli’s more recent “Animals,” downbeat dramas about young addicts in love have been sufficiently
SAN SEBASTIAN The advent of film’s digital revolution is helping producers to reduce costs and tap new talent but causes distributors to
SAN SEBASTIAN — The only feature by a Spanish woman director at San Sebastian – which, given the seven by men, might say
SAN SEBASTIAN — Patrick Trefz’s “Surfer’s Blood” world premieres at the San Sebastian Festival in Savage Cinema, the fest sidebar devoted to adventure
Damien Chazelle’s “La La Land” has just won the Toronto Film Festival’s People’s Choice Award, which you probably could have seen coming a
“Bridget Jones’s Baby” did a whole lot of nothing when it bowed domestically this weekend, but audiences overseas are embracing the romantic comedy
Tom Ford’s “Nocturnal Animals,” a suspenseful tale about a Texas kidnapping gone wrong starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Amy Adams, had audiences squirming and
SAN SEBASTIAN — In a move which so many countries would like to copy, but very few manage to put through, Argentina has
Now that “Blair Witch,” the abysmal shaky-cam horror sequel that no one was waiting for, has come and bombed, you might be tempted
Charmian Carr, who is known for her role as the eldest Von Trapp daughter, Liesl, in “The Sound of Music,” died Saturday in
Korea’s Oscar contender, “The Age of Shadows” stayed on top of the Korean box office over the five-day Chuseok holiday, one of the
It may only represent the film’s Spanish distribution route, but there’s something entirely apt-feeling about the familiar Warner Bros. badge at the front of Alberto Rodriguez’s
“A Chinese Odyssey: Part 3” topped the box office in China over the Mid Autumn Festival holiday weekend.
According to data from Ent
A bizarre Toronto Film Festival market keeps getting weirder.
A mysterious Chinese buyer has picked up North American distribution rights to “Colossal,” an
Netflix is in final negotiations to acquire “What Happened to Monday?” a sci-fi thriller starring Noomi Rapace and Glenn Close, Variety has learned.
Fox has launched development of a Stan Lee movie and set up the project with Temple Hill’s Mary Bowen and Wyck Godfrey, producers
As Tom Ford’s “Nocturnal Animals” approached its terrifying climax, the sound and picture abruptly screeched to a halt. Members of the audience at
About 100 anti-pipeline demonstrators picketed outside the world premiere of “Deepwater Horizon” at the Toronto International Film Festival on Tuesday.
The demonstration is
Radar Pictures CEO Ted Field has signed a production and programming deal with industry veteran Rodney Henry aimed at boosting minority and female
The opening of horror sequel “Blair Witch” has the best prospects of topping the second weekend of Tom Hanks’ “Sully” with as much
Chile’s unprecedented dual presence in the Venice Film Festival’s official competition, and presence at Toronto, can only attest to the wealth and
At the end of “Diamonds Are Forever,” audiences cheer when James Bond succeeds in blowing up the giant oil platform the evil Blofeld
Was Bruce Lee actually a good fighter? The question sounds insane, because no one in the history of martial-arts cinema has ever been half
Canadian actress Emily VanCamp is known for action-oriented characters like Emily Thorne (ABC drama “Revenge”) and Sharon Carter / Agent 13 (Marvel’s
Lionsgate and Univision Communications are launching a premium subscription video on demand (SVOD) service early next year for the Hispanic movie-going audience in
Australian writer/director Nicholas Verso’s gender-bending “Boys in the Trees” world-premiered late last week in the Venice Film Festival’s Horizons section, which is dedicated
Greek helmer Sofia Exarchou makes her highly anticipated debut in Toronto with “Park,” a raw snapshot of Athenian youth which has its world
The annual slump that hits the Broadway box office immediately after Labor Day amounted to a decline of $3.2 million this year, or nearly