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Carlos Saura, Alex de la Iglesia, Rodrigo Sorogoyen and New Gen Talent: Spanish Screenings on Tour

Carlos Saura’s “Walls Can Talk,” Alex de la Iglesia’s “Four’s a Crowd” and Alex Murrull and Dani de la Orden’s “The Final Game” head as market premieres the…

What the Variety Staff Is Thankful for in Entertainment in 2022

Tom Cruise revived movie theaters with the blockbuster hit “Top Gun: Maverick,” Taylor Swift broke the internet (and Ticketmaster) with her “Midnights” album and “Eras” tour and Michelle…

Filmmaker Alek Keshishian on Filming Selena Gomez Through Her Darkest Moments: ‘I Would Know When Enough Was Enough’

Filmmaker Alek Keshishian went through over 200 hours of Verite footage and more hours for AppleTV+ “Selena: My Mind and Me.” Through it, the director who helmed “Madonna:…

‘Leaving to Remain’ Sheds Light on Challenges Facing Roma Community

Long a champion of human rights-focused work, the Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival screened a compelling collection of films focused on Roma inequality issues in its 26th edition.…

65 Smart Stocking Stuffers Under $25 That Prove Great Things Can Come in Small Packages

If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, Variety may receive an affiliate commission. Despite common thought, some of the best…

CAA Signs Emmy-Award Nominated Journalist Anelise Borges (EXCLUSIVE)

Emmy Award nominated journalist and anchor Anelise Borges has signed with CAA, Variety can exclusively reveal. Borges, who speaks four languages fluently including French, Spanish and Portuguese, has…

‘The Piano Lesson’ Broadway review: A blisteringly acted drama

The revival of the August Wilson play is mostly in tune. 

Depeche Mode’s David Gahan on How Co-Founder Andrew Fletcher’s Death Affected New Album, ‘Memento Mori’

This week, Depeche Mode’s two remaining members, Dave Gahan and Martin Gore, announced that they will be releasing a new studio album, “Memento Mori,” in the spring and…

Viral 1860 iPhone painting, Matthew McConaughey have people questioning time-traveling

Many of us wish we could be celebrities in another life — but perhaps that’s already the case for a rare few. The Internet is going wild at the far-fetched thought that A-list celebrities of our time have actually been alive in years — or centuries — past, as vintage photos of their doppelganger ancestors…