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Breck Eisner is in talks to direct the latest installment in the “Friday the 13th” franchise, from Paramount and Michael Bay’s Platinum Dunes
Tom Cruise’s cartel film “Mena” is now called “American Made,” and is moving from Jan. 6, 2017, to Sept. 29, 2017, Universal Pictures
Sony Pictures Classics has set a Dec. 21 release in the U.S. for Pedro Almodovar’s “Julieta,” starring Adriana Ugarte, Emma Suárez and Rossy
With its unorthodox structure and detours into magic realism, “Haze” carves out a distinct place in the large body of contemporary Filipino films
A furious row has broken out in the Malaysian film industry with at least one film maker returning awards that he previously won.
LOCARNO — Soft money may never have had such a decisive impact on filmmaking in Europe as this decade. On average, public-sector film
“Theatrical largely did die,” stated Toronto Fest artistic director Cameron Bailey, kicking off the Locarno 2016 edition of Step-In. Whether that is a
Tessa Ross, the uber-successful former head of Channel4’s movie-arm Film4, and Juliette Howell, the former head of television at Working Title, have set
Thriving in spite of rising conservative pressures, Israeli cinema is back at Locarno festival with Israeli and Palestinian projects, a year after facing
LOCARNO, Sitzerland — Berlin-based Films Boutique, a world sales company for movies from new art-house talent and established – though often singular –
Most people outside Poland have never heard of the late-20th-century painter Zdzisław Beksiński, and even within the country few are familiar with director
Roughly midway through “Paula,” Christian Schwochow’s lush, involving biopic of iconoclastic German painter Paula Modersohn-Becker, artistically inclined viewers will notice a brief character cameo
“Train to Busan,” which is the fastest driving film of the year in Korea, this week achieved the box office opening record for a
“Shin Godzilla,” Toho’s reboot of its iconic monster franchise, roared to its weekend win at the Japanese box office. It is now projected
Roadside Attractions has acquired U.S. distribution rights to the Smallbone brothers drama “Priceless” and set an Oct. 14 release date, Variety has learned
Robert De Niro will receive a lifetime achievement award, the Heart of Sarajevo, on the opening night of the 22nd edition of the
A shaggy, banter-driven quasi-thriller in the mode of “Manhattan Murder Mystery” (or the “Thin Man” movies, for that matter), “Women Who Kill” offers
A lumbering, unmoored soaper of fraternal conflict and romantic healing in the trauma-ridden aftermath of the First World War, “Ceasefire” has all the
“Suicide Squad” smashed records, scoring a colossal $135.1 million debut despite suffering some of the worst reviews of the year.
That sets a
“Whoever approached the Spirit will feel its warmth, hence his heart will be lifted up to new heights,” begins Joao Pedro Rodrigues’ “The
LOCARNO, Switzerland — The Locarno Film Festival’s innovative European Casting Director Award has spawned its first winner(s): France’s Antoinette Boulat and Elsa Pharaon for
Family disputes can be ephemeral things, with hot-headed fury often dissolving into apologetic embraces before the terms of the argument even become clear.
“Suicide Squad” is dominating the U.S. box office, heading for around $147 million in opening weekend ticket sales at 4,255 locations.
The massive opening weekend numbers
Although Channing Tatum has been confirmed to play the lead role in the “X-Men” spinoff “Gambit” since 2014, the film has been pushed
LOCARNO — In select but ongoing trading and deal announcements at this year’s Locarno Festival, Philipp Hoffmann’s Cologne-based Rushlake Media, has acquired all
In his long and storied career, writer-director John Waters, the Baltimore bard of trash and sleaze and twisted kicks, has staged all kinds
Cute anthropomorphic critters deal with some less-than-adorable issues — like depression, murder, environmental disaster, and general hopelessness — in “Psychonauts, The Forgotten Children.”
“Suicide Squad” continues its box office run with an estimated $33 million at the international box office on Friday, bringing the three-day overseas total to
A determinedly less sanitized version of the classic John Hughes high-school-misfits-seriocomedy template, “Some Freaks” finds three young Rhode Island outcasts bonding, only to