Varient is a leading film and television production company based in Los Angeles.
Varient is a leading commercial, film and production studio based in Los Angeles. Founded in 2010, Varient has produced over 50 commercials, music videos and award-winning feature films, infusing art and technology at the center of its content. The company works with some of the world’s most talented creators and artists constantly in search of the perfect balance between style and story. At the forefront of production, Varient is making breakout content for world-class brands and agencies, helping them bring their vision to life. Disclosure: Varient is an early investor in Cinematique & Adtent.
Medeas (BTS). Official Selection of Venice Film Festival.
“A slow burning thriller that walks a fine line, balancing elements of psychological drama and the supernatural, with a surging undercurrent of social commentary that sneaks up on you.” - Los Angeles Times
#LostChild aka Tatterdemalion starring Leven Rambin
Now on VOD/DVD: bgpics.com/2018/lost-child/
Synopsis: Fern, an army veteran, returns home in order to look for her brother, only to discover an abandoned boy lurking in the woods behind her childhood home. After taking in the boy, she searches for clues to his identity, and discovers local folklore about a malevolent life-draining spirt that....
Check out the great LA Times review of LOST CHILD! Out on VOD Tomorrow.
A film about a psychically wounded vet reluctantly bonding with a child may sound like something you’ve seen before, but you haven’t seen “Lost Child.”
Check out our latest short "Ella" written and directed by Dan Chen.
Watch Ella by Dan Chen on Short of the Week—a Drama about Friendship in Live-Action—USA, 16 min
Our latest film "Lost Child" will premiere in theaters September 14th!
Check out the trailer here: https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/amp/news/lost-child-trailer-leven-rambin-befriends-mysterious-abandoned-boy-thriller-1136933
The film, directed by Ramaa Mosley ('The Brass Teapot'), follows an Army veteran who returns home and ends up delving into local folklore involving an evil, life-draining spirit.
That's a wrap on our latest (secret) feature film. Announcements coming soon!
Watch the full episode of our show Just Doug on Warner Bros' DramaFever!
Watch full episodes free online. Just Doug - - A D-list poker celebrity tries to parlay his success into a career he's woefully underprepared for: Hollywood. Total Episodes: 1.
Just Doug is one of the first TV series picked up by Facebook.
Light undertones of Bojack Horseman
The Girl in the Book is on Netflix
Albert Moya for NOWNESS
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New York Times Review of MEDEAS
"A slow, mesmeric slide into heartbreak and horror, Medeas, the ravishing first feature from the Italian director Andrea Pallaoro."
In “Medeas,” Andrea Pallaoro depicts a troubled farm family on the verge of imploding.
Gina Resnick on Women in Film
If you've been there, you know: house hunting can be the ultimate horror show. Debuting Sunday as part of SXSW's Midnighters program, Home pumps up the suspense as fat as the housing bubble circa 2006 as it weaves the tale of an ambitious young realtor tasked with selling a house with a horrible pas...
Varient teams with State Street
Varient Pictures and State Street Pictures are teaming up to develop an untitled movie about fallen solider Justin Rollins and the dog he rescued from the rubble of the Iraqi War. Bob Teitel and Ge...
Great Review from Paste Magazine
In sports, relationships and indeed life, sometimes it’s the little things that end up mattering most—the hustle down the first baseline on a routine grounder, the changed windshield wiper blades as an unsolicited favor for a loved one, and the extra-pass proofreading of a job search query letter.
MEDEAS wins Best Director at Marrakech
MEDEAS review by The Hollywood Reporter
"made a modest splash at its world premiere in Venice last month"
A lyrical contemporary twist on Greek tragedy shot in California by a young Italian director, Medeas made a modest splash at its world premiere in Venice last month. It comes with strong acting credentials, co-starring the Columbian former Oscar nominee Catalina Sandino Moreno alongside prize-winnin...
Emily VanCamp on the cover of NYLON
Emily VanCamp and Michael Nyvquist to star in The Girl in the Book
Emily VanCamp and Michael Nyqvist are set to star in the indie film The Girl in the Book. The film is written and will be directed by Marya Cohn, marking her directing debut.
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