Varient is an award-winning production and technology company, advancing the way the world consumes content.

Look around. We see a changing world searching for new kinds of programming, expanded viewing experiences, and new ways to access content. Companies and brands are seeking better, more focused ways of reaching consumers and audiences. The internet, and mobile devices in particular, are increasingly becoming the way people watch, buy and learn.

In response, Varient's technology and entertainment divisions focus on ways to bridge the gap between entertainment and consumers through high quality and commercially viable film and short form content, social media platforms, quantitative market research applications, advanced monetization utilities from click-through attribution, and creative distribution models. Varient's positioning in these industries of growth allows its management to make strategic partnerships with, and opportunistic investments in, media and technology-related companies and assets.





Fearnet - Movie Review: 'Home' - SXSW 2014

Twitch - Home Review: Quite Horror with a Touch of Creepy Crazy.

Variety - Iraqi War Rescue Dog ‘Hero,’ Fallen Soldier Set for Movie

Hollywood Reporter - SXSW 2014 Exclusive: Horror Flick 'Home' is the House Hunt From Hell

Deadline - SXSW 2014: ‘The Guest,’ ‘Oculus,’ ’13 Sins’ Among Midnighters; Full Shorts Slate Unveiled

Blood Disgusting - SXSW 2014: 'Home' Clip Terrifies Possessed Babysitter!

Twitch - SXSW 2014: Have A Creepy Look At Nicholas McCarthy's HOME

Just Jared - Rose McIver & Chris Lowell: 'Brightest Star' L.A. Premiere

Daily Candy - Screen Play: January’s Must-See Movies

Entertainment Weekly - Clark Gregg and Allison Janney in 'Brightest Star'

Screen Daily - Brightest Star heads to Gravitas

Deadline - Gravitas Ventures Acquires Austin Fest Title ‘Brightest Star’

Variety - Film Review: ‘Brightest Star’

Paste Magazine - Brightest Star

Variety - TF1 International nabs foreign rights to Medeas.

Marie Claire - Shopping online with Cinematique

Hollywood Reporter - Andrea Pallaoro charts the breakdown of a California farming family in his visually ravishing debut.

Screen Daily - Medeas wins New Voices/New Visions award at the Palm Springs International Film Festival.

MTV - Pallaro's Film: A Greek Tragedy Enhanced By Its Beautiful Visuals - 5 Stars

Examiner - Medeas debuts at the 70th Venice International Film Festival

WSJ - Cinematique Launches Motion Touch Enabled Video

Tech Crunch - Product Placement may not be so bad, Cinematique launches Motion Touch Enable Video

Hollywood Reporter - Emily VanCamp to Star in Indie 'The Girl in the Book'

Screen Daily - XYZ Films sells Varient's 'Home' to Wild Bunch for world distribution

Publishers Marketplace - Varient picks up the rights to New York Times Bestseller Savage Beauty by Nancy Milford

Variety - Berlin: ‘The Pact’ helmer wraps haunted house pic

Hollywood Reporter - 'The Help' Co-Stars Join Indie 'Light Years'

Chicago Sun Times - Roger Ebert gives 3 out of 4 stars to indie 'Munger Road'


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