The Coen brothers’ latest is a brilliant balance of fun and darkness that masks an unexpectedly sharp critique of shady dealing in the film industry.
We caught up with acclaimed filmmaker Todd Haynes to discuss his film Carol and the difficulties of making movies about women.
Polish director Agnieszka Smoczyńska’s The Lure is like David Cronenberg meets The Little Mermaid.
We spoke with the director and the late journalist’s friends and family about the new documentary and James Foley’s legacy.
“When he said that he was going to build a wall and make Mexico pay for it, heck yeah, that was it for me.”
In Uncle Howard, Aaron Brookner embarks on a mission to reclaim the lost negative of his uncle’s famed doc on William Burroughs with the help of Jim Jarmusch and other New York icons.
Chiune Sugihara, sometimes called the “Japanese Schindler,” was a diplomat living in Europe during WWII who defied his own government and issued thousands of transit visas to Jews facing execution. The overlooked hero is the focus of a new biopic.
Writer-director-star Nate Parker’s searing new film depicting Nat Turner’s slave rebellion couldn’t be more timely.
This year’s Tasploitation Challenge in Hobart, Tasmania, took place against a backdrop of a real-life tragic car accident.
For 53 years Las Vegas was the seedy, beating heart of Auckland’s K Road. We talked to the filmmaker who made a short documentary about its final days.
After watching the adaptation of Elizabeth Wurtzel’s autobiography about being a narcissistic, mentally ill student with no redemption, my life completely changed course.
Penny Lane’s Sundance standout NUTS! is a formally inventive documentary that pieces together the outrageous story of huckster surgeon John Romulus Brinkley.
Peace in the Valley documents a small town built around religious tourism that has become divided over an ordinance that protects its LGBT citizens from discrimination.
We spoke with the screenwriter-turned-auteur about Anomalisa and just how hard it is to shoot a stop-motion animated scene of two puppets doing it.
The much-loved British actor appeared in only a handful of short films. Most recently, he used his trademark creepiness and subtlety to play a stalker of sorts in Ben Ockrent and Jake Russell’s 2013 drama Dust.
We appreciate the sentiment, Leo, but budgets and greenlights would be helpful.
Colombian director Ciro Guerra’s critically acclaimed new movie tells the story of the invasion of the sacred jungle from an indigenous perspective.
David O. Russell’s new film shows us that women can innovate without the egomania or excessive bro-courage that typifies the Zuckerbergs of the world.
In a year packed with feminist blockbusters like Mad Max: Fury Road and Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the sequel about a male stripper comes out on top.
The new animated film from director Charlie Kaufman tackles existential dread, loneliness in a world filled with people, and the sameness of human beings.
Dan Sully’s Senka is an ominous twist on the traditional holiday narrative, following a young boy who is terrorized by a mythical Christmas beast.
John Hughes crafted a right-wing masterpiece under the guise of good, clean fun for the family.
We spoke to the director of Repo Man and Sid and Nancy about his career and the new film he’s crowdfunding.
It’s like a job interview where seven executives watch you and decide whether they’d like to watch you bang a big star on-screen. Failing is easy.
The new yuletide film about Santa Claus’ evil German ‘shadow’ is indebted to many Christmas horror flicks past, from Gremlins to Dan Ackroyd’s drunk Santa in Trading Places.
Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy says there won’t be any Ewoks, either, dashing the hopes of many diehard fans.
I’m Short, Not Stupid presents Terry Rayment’s chilling short film set to Senator Robert F. Kennedy’s “The Mindless Menace of Violence” speech.
Anders Weberg plans to show his last movie, Ambiancé, all over the world on December 31, 2020, then destroy it.
You can get free abortions in Tunisia. And in Germany, a prescription from your doctor can send you to the spa for three weeks.
In just over a year, the Aboriginal Film Collective has more than quadrupled in size as Winnipeg’s Aboriginal filmmakers delve into genre and comedy.
We met up with director Jonas Carpignano to talk about his new film that intimately portrays the difficult, dangerous, and human side of the West African immigrant experience in Italy.
The UK’s film censorship board is expensive and outdated, so I’m staging a petty protest.
There’s cardboard Chewbacca, and cardboard Stormtroopers, and cardboard TIE fighters, and a cardboard Millennium Falcon.
After failed adaptations that were supposed to star everyone from Jack Nicholson to Bill Murray, David Boswell’s cantankerous cult comic book character has finally gotten the film it deserves.
The fantastic new film details how reporters exposed the seedy underbelly of the Catholic Church.