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Pan's Labyrinth (movie)

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  • CANNES: Rodrigo Bellott, Rodrigo Orozco, Alessandra Lo Savio Launch Production Company (EXCLUSIVE)

    Bolivia's Rodrigo Bellott, (pictured) one of Latin America's best-known filmmakers, and Rodrigo Orozco, have teamed with Italian entrepreneur Alessandra Lo Savio to launch Bolivian Bold USA. Bellott will serve as Bolivian Bold prexy/CEO with Orozco...
  • Comic-Con: Guillermo del Toro talks ‘Crimson Peak,’ ‘Pacific Rim 2′

     
    If there was one creative force who appeared to be nearly omnipresent at San Diego's Comic-Con International this year, it […]...
  • Johnny Knoxville wants an Oscar nom for 'Bad Grandpa' -- and may get it

    In “Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa,” Johnny Knoxville gets bucked headfirst through a plate-glass window by a coin-operated ride, sticks his genitals into the business end of a vending machine and generally puts his body through a series of...
  • A look at the magicians of cinema

    From its earliest days, cinema has borrowed heavily from the world of magic. Illusion, after all, is part of the moviegoing experience — the phrase "the magic of movies" is both literally and figuratively true. This week the Academy of Motion...
  • Reel Critics: 'Best Man' tried but true

    Reel Critics: 'Best Man' tried but true
    It's refreshing to see a film full of African American actors who are college-educated and living an upscale middle-class life. "The Best Man Holiday" is Malcolm D. Lee's reunion take on his 1999 hit "The Best Man." The same excellent ensemble cast is...
  • Paul Williams: ever-evolving

    Paul Williams: ever-evolving
    When the faceless duo Daft Punk won the Grammy for Album of the Year in January, a short, spiky-haired man joined them on stage and announced, "Back when I was drinking, I used to imagine things that weren't there that were frightening. Then I got sober,...
  • Artists Drew Struzan and Bob Peak: Hollywood's poster boys

     Artists Drew Struzan and Bob Peak: Hollywood's poster boys
    Artists Drew Struzan and the late Bob Peak may not be household names, but their movie posters have graced the walls of museums and galleries as well as countless homes and college dorm rooms. Struzan's more than 150 posters include ones for "Blade...
  • Sundance Presents Cross-Section of U.S. Indie Fare, Music-Themed Pix at London Festival

    LONDON -- As the lineup for the third Sundance London film and music festival is unveiled, Variety talks to John Cooper, director of the Sundance Film Festival, and Trevor Groth, Sundance's director of programming, about the selection (see below for...
  • Oscar Picks: Variety Critics on What Should Win Best Picture

    PETER DEBRUGE: OK, gentlemen, time to guess who will win the Oscar for best picture. I say "guess" because the word "predict" seems entirely too confident when it comes to the Academy Awards. Despite all the ink and all the effort that people put into...
  • Berlin: Josephine Decker Calls Crowdfunding 'Incredible,' Talks 'Butter on the Latch'

    U.S. indie actor-director Josephine Decker has two hotly anticipated films screening in the Berlinale's Forum section. Her directorial debut, "Butter on the Latch," is a sinister folktale set in the Californian forest of Mendocino. Sophomore feature "Thou...
  • First Look: Teasers for Josephine Decker's Berlinale Premiering Pix (EXCLUSIVE)

    U.S. indie actor-director Josephine Decker has two hotly anticipated films screening in the Berlinale's Forum section. Her directorial debut, "Butter on the Latch," is a sinister folktale set in the Californian forest of Mendocino. Sophomore feature "Thou...