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200 days 19 hours ago
Sci-fi film puts an problematic spin on the Japanese cult hit.
      
 
 

Sci-fi film puts an problematic spin on the Japanese cult hit.

      
 
 
201 days 14 hours ago
LaBeouf was charged after scuffle outside Queens museum over his art protest against Trump.
      
 
 

LaBeouf was charged after scuffle outside Queens museum over his art protest against Trump.

      
 
 
200 days 7 hours ago
The best (and worst) of what we saw in Las Vegas.
      
 
 

The best (and worst) of what we saw in Las Vegas.

      
 
 
201 days 15 hours ago
Steven Mnuchin says it was 'mistake' to promote 'Lego Batman' movie he produced.
      
 
 

Steven Mnuchin says it was 'mistake' to promote 'Lego Batman' movie he produced.

      
 
 
201 days 21 hours ago
The sci-fi action thriller starring Scarlett Johansson arrives in theaters Friday.
      
 
 

The sci-fi action thriller starring Scarlett Johansson arrives in theaters Friday.

      
 
 
204 days 12 hours ago
      
 
 

      
 
 
201 days 22 hours ago
Hugh Jackman gives a sneak peek of his spectacular new film about the circus founder.
      
 
 

Hugh Jackman gives a sneak peek of his spectacular new film about the circus founder.

      
 
 
202 days 1 hour ago
He's on top of his comedy game as an animated baby and lampooning Donald Trump on 'SNL.'
      
 
 

He's on top of his comedy game as an animated baby and lampooning Donald Trump on 'SNL.'

      
 
 
202 days 1 hour ago
Francine Hughes confessed she had set fire to her home, where her ex-husband was sleeping.
      
 
 

Francine Hughes confessed she had set fire to her home, where her ex-husband was sleeping.

      
 
 
202 days 9 hours ago
Just two weeks after the movie star revealed he sought professional treatment for alcohol addiction, Ben Affleck surprised fans by attending CinemaCon in Las Vegas.
      
 
 

Just two weeks after the movie star revealed he sought professional treatment for alcohol addiction, Ben Affleck surprised fans by attending CinemaCon in Las Vegas.

      
 
 
202 days 10 hours ago
The superheroes let their movie reel speak for itself at CinemaCon.
      
 
 

The superheroes let their movie reel speak for itself at CinemaCon.

      
 
 
202 days 1 hour ago
Despite acrimony over her divorce, casting in 'Ghost', ScarJo serenely struts red carpet.
      
 
 

Despite acrimony over her divorce, casting in 'Ghost', ScarJo serenely struts red carpet.

      
 
 
202 days 19 hours ago
But now? He's given up the throne to his young daughter Carmen.
      
 
 

But now? He's given up the throne to his young daughter Carmen.

      
 
 
202 days 21 hours ago
      
 
 

      
 
 
202 days 21 hours ago
In early iterations of the Disney film, Elsa was evil and the climax was a battle involving snow monsters.
      
 
 

In early iterations of the Disney film, Elsa was evil and the climax was a battle involving snow monsters.

      
 
 
202 days 23 hours ago
Director, Christopher Nolan says his World War II drama 'Dunkirk' will transport viewers to the heart of the battle in which British led forces freed 330,000 Allied troops from the Nazis.
      
 
 

Director, Christopher Nolan says his World War II drama 'Dunkirk' will transport viewers to the heart of the battle in which British led forces freed 330,000 Allied troops from the Nazis.

      
 
 
202 days 13 hours ago
Director shows off more of his WWII epic and earns one of the event's biggest ovations.
      
 
 

Director shows off more of his WWII epic and earns one of the event's biggest ovations.

      
 
 
203 days 2 hours ago
In the 12th book in the best-selling kids' series, Greg Heffley and family go on holiday.
      
 
 

In the 12th book in the best-selling kids' series, Greg Heffley and family go on holiday.

      
 
 
203 days 9 hours ago
'The Boss Baby' star Alec Baldwin says he was the 'boss baby' growing up. Now, one of his kids has taken the title at home.
      
 
 

'The Boss Baby' star Alec Baldwin says he was the 'boss baby' growing up. Now, one of his kids has taken the title at home.

      
 
 
203 days 12 hours ago
Does the representation of LGBT characters in the films actually deliver?
      
 
 

Does the representation of LGBT characters in the films actually deliver?

      
 
 
203 days 15 hours ago
But new measures are in place following the embarrassing best-picture mix-up.
      
 
 

But new measures are in place following the embarrassing best-picture mix-up.

      
 
 
203 days 16 hours ago
After the death of his father, and being robbed of his birthright, Arthur endures a hard life. But once he pulls the sword from the stone, he discovers his identity and true legacy.
      
 
 

After the death of his father, and being robbed of his birthright, Arthur endures a hard life. But once he pulls the sword from the stone, he discovers his identity and true legacy.

      
 
 
203 days 11 hours ago
Universal played the whole 'Fate of the Furious' at the convention for theater owners.
      
 
 

Universal played the whole 'Fate of the Furious' at the convention for theater owners.

      
 
 
203 days 16 hours ago
Jessica Chastain stars in the troublingly timely WWII drama.
      
 
 

Jessica Chastain stars in the troublingly timely WWII drama.

      
 
 
203 days 17 hours ago
She'll be just the fourth woman to direct a film with a budget bigger than $100 million.
      
 
 

She'll be just the fourth woman to direct a film with a budget bigger than $100 million.

      
 
 
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Backstabbing and deceit are the order of the day in the Veep creator’s historical satire, which stars Steve Buscemi, Michael Palin, Andrea Riseborough, Simon Russell Beale and Jason Isaacs as underlings vying for power in the wake of the Soviet dictator’s death. Its creator and cast explain why their film resonates in our current political climate and the parallels between Trump and Stalin

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The star of the Child’s Play series on making the films more scary again – and what makes her a champion poker player

Hi Jennifer. What does that say on your necklace?

“Chucky’s Back.” I had it made for Seed of Chucky, when I had no idea how many times Chucky would come back. At the end of every movie he’s burned or decapitated, but I’d say the only thing that could kill him is bad box office.

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French film actor best known for Madame de … and La Ronde

There are few actors who embodied many people’s idea of a French woman of the world more than Danielle Darrieux, who has died aged 100. Starting as an ingenue in the 1930s, she grew into a sophisticate in the 40s and 50s, and retained a dignified and magical presence in films into her 90s.

The outstanding examples of her art were the three films Darrieux made with the German-born Max Ophüls when she was in her 30s. In La Ronde (1950), she played the married woman who is seduced by a student (Daniel Gélin). The second and best of the three adapted tales by Guy de Maupassant in Le Plaisir (House of Pleasure, 1952) is La Maison Tellier, in which Darrieux played one of a group of prostitutes paying an annual holiday visit to the country. But it was the title role of Madame de ... (1953, released in English as The Earrings of Madame de …) that gave her even more of a chance to shine as a fickle socialite who sells her earrings to pay off a debt, unbeknown to her husband (Charles Boyer).

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A group of youngsters gatecrash the VIP zone in this energetic but uneven film that struggles with clunky dialogue


Breaking the cringeometer in its first five minutes, Access All Areas opens with an excruciatingly fake show of teens behaving badly, as a group of Bristol kids illegally rave at a lido in broad daylight; the scene has all the unbelievability and wholesomeness of a deodorant advert.

Ella Purnell is Mia, a standard-issue troubled teenager (spot the telltale black eyeliner), whose childhood friend is sensitive soul Heath (Edward Bluemel), a budding guitarist. The movie picks up when the two of them, along with a couple of mates, head to a music festival without tickets on a Yolo (you only live once) mission to watch a reclusive musician rumoured to be performing live for the first time in years.

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1 hour ago1 hour ago

Eco-thriller Geostorm, with Gerard Butler as a weather-busting scientist, is the latest movie to battle the environment. From Blade Runner 2049 to Alexander Payne’s Downsizing, film are turning up the heat on the big screen

In 2004, when climate change was still called global warming, it was considered sensational enough to get top billing in The Day After Tomorrow, a city-smashing blockbuster by disaster master Roland Emmerich. But the incremental death march of the real thing was considered a little too slow for Independence Day’s king of kablooey. So impatient was he to bring forth a biblical flood and subsequent ice age that was epic enough to swallow the Statue of Liberty, Emmerich conspired to make his cataclysm happen in days, not decades, courtesy of a cosmically unlucky (and scientifically unlikely) flash freeze.

Related: Spoiler alerts: the five best climate-change films

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A lesser-known novella from the bestselling author lands on Netflix with a transformative performance from Thomas Jane and a mounting sense of dread

Another week, another Stephen King adaptation. Following on from The Dark Tower, It and the effectively nasty sex-game-gone-wrong thriller Gerald’s Game, Netflix is quietly launching a brooding take on one of his lesser known works. The collection Full Dark, No Stars has already spawned two middling movies – Big Driver with Maria Bello and A Good Marriage with Joan Allen – and now, a third novella is hitting the screen with far more distinction.

Related: Gerald's Game review – suspense-packed Stephen King adaptation is worth playing

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22 hours ago22 hours ago

Following the hallowed path marked out by Sharknado, this bargain-bin effort looks set to push the B-movie to new heights of self-aware silliness. We break down its trailer

Sharknado is old hat. Lavalantula? Passé. Supergator? Consider yourself retired. If you’re a fan of objectively bad films with stupid names about large animals, which you’ll watch drunk one night because it sounds funny (only to immediately realise that you much prefer films with things like plot and production design), you are in for a treat. Ladies and gentlemen, may I present Snake Outta Compton.

I mean, I could just stop there. Really, the title is all you need to know about Snake Outta Compton. There’s a snake – and let’s presume, given our affinity with the genre, that it’s quite a big snake – and it terrorises Compton. The end. We can also assume that the title came long before the film, and that the budget is so tiny that we’ll only actually see the snake in about three scenes.

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Game of Thrones actor recounts producer marching her to his hotel room and reacting furiously to a rejection before warning her not to tell anyone

The Game of Thrones actor Lena Headey has spoken of how she felt “powerless” during an encounter with Harvey Weinstein, adding her voice to the growing number of women who have accused the producer of sexual misconduct.

In a series of posts on Twitter, Headey said that Weinstein had spoken to her inappropriately at the Venice film festival and reacted with anger when she resisted his advances in a Los Angeles hotel.

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The Oscar-buzzed film is refreshingly queer, filled with an authenticity that sanitised disappointments such as Dallas Buyers Club and Stonewall still fail to include

It has been a landmark year for LGBT cinema. From Moonlight’s Oscar victory to the triumphant Sundance premieres of gay romances God’s Own Country and Call Me By Your Name; from the transgender breakthrough of Chile’s A Fantastic Woman to the mainstream politicking of Battle of the Sexes, we’re seeing a wider-than-ever array of approaches to sexuality on film, no longer confined to the arthouse fringe.

Related: After the Moonlight fades: what's next for LGBT cinema

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Emily Blunt lends her voice to the latest outing for a featherlight franchise that nods to minipops feminism while it flogging its kid-friendly merchandise

The Hasbroisation of cinema continues apace, although after the relentless din of five Transformers and a Battleship, it’s almost a relief to be confronted with something of a more bucolic stripe.

Scholars of the MLP canon should be advised that this full-length animation abandons the comparatively hip Equestria Girls strand of 2015’s Friendship Games – wherein the ponies were magicked into smart-talking college students – in favour of a return to the cloud cuckoo land from where the franchise comes. Thus we find earnest purple nag Twilight Sparkle’s efforts to stage the annual Friendship festival sabotaged by underbrushed outsider Tempest Shadow – the latter voiced by Emily Blunt, who must have really loved these toys as a child to have wound up in this vicinity.

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1 day 7 hours ago1 day 7 hours ago

Armando Iannucci’s new film is a romp through some of the darkest days of the 20th century. But, asks one historian, is farce really the best way to understand the dictator’s murderous regime – or its legacy in Russia today?

My first memory of the outside world was watching my parents as they heard an announcement on the radio that Joseph Stalin was dead. The news was greeted not with relish but with awe and apprehension. The Soviet dictator was a colossal figure in the mid-20th century, even in the west. His death on 5 March 1953 was a reference point not just for the Soviet people but for the wider world. Now it is history.

That is until now. With The Death of Stalin, director Armando Iannucci has brought the story surrounding the dictator’s last hours and the political scramble among his potential successors to a modern audience. The subject is a strange choice. Where the suicide of Hitler in the bunker has a squalid drama, captured effectively in the 2004 film Downfall, the death of Stalin has to have the drama squeezed out of it, drop by drop. He did not take his own life nor, as far as the evidence suggests, did anyone else. He died of natural causes at his dacha outside Moscow, surrounded by his fearful and sycophantic court.

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1 day 23 hours ago1 day 23 hours ago

The Snowman gets a slightly chilly reception, while arthouse audiences warm to animated biopic Loving Vincent and Sally Potter comedy The Party

Opening in the UK with £3.64m, The Lego Ninjago Movie tops the box-office chart, elbowing aside Blade Runner 2049. It’s the second Lego-themed chart-topper this year, following The Lego Batman Movie in February. It’s also the fifth animated chart-topper, following Sing, The Lego Batman Movie, The Boss Baby and Despicable Me 3.

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1 day 23 hours ago1 day 23 hours ago

Actor says that agents and producers told her to remain silent about the incident, which she says was the first of many experiences of sexual assault and harassment throughout her career

Reese Witherspoon has alleged that she was sexually assaulted by a director when she was 16, but was told to remain silent by agents and producers.

The actor made the claims during a speech reflecting on the problems faced by women in the film industry at the Elle Women in Hollywood event on Monday, People reports. Witherspoon did not name the director in question but said that the incident was the first of many experiences of “harassment and sexual assault” throughout her career.

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The hit Happy Death Day hints at renewed interest in the masked killer genre, with Jamie Lee Curtis back in the Halloween saga and Scream getting revived

Vampire in Brooklyn, Thinner, The Dentist, Leprechaun 3 … the horror genre in the mid-90s was terrifying for all the wrong reasons. It was barely even a thing, at least outside of the very bottom shelf of Blockbuster, a place where kids would awkwardly hover before begging parents to let them watch some film about an evil laundry-folding machine.

Related: Horrorwood! Will the new golden age of scary movies save cinema?

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Screenwriter Heather Robinson says that after telling Fisher she’d had to fight off a Hollywood executive, the Star Wars actor hand-delivered him the gift with a threatening note

Carrie Fisher once hand-delivered a cow’s tongue wrapped in a Tiffany box to a predatory Hollywood producer, a friend of the late actor has claimed.

Screenwriter Heather Robinson said that Fisher had intervened after the unnamed executive, identified as an Oscar winner, had tried to force himself on Robinson while in his car.

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2 days 7 hours ago2 days 7 hours ago

In the new poster for Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Mark Hamill’s character looms menacingly in the background – just like his dear old dad Darth Vader used to

When giant Snoke told us last time out that there had been an “awakening”, most Star Wars fans assumed the alien overlord must be referring to Daisy Ridley’s proto-Jedi Rey and her madcap Force visions. But it’s becoming increasingly obvious in the run-up to Rian Johnson’s The Last Jedi that disturbances in the Force are more insidious and potentially wide-ranging.

First came last week’s final trailer for the middle part of the new Star Wars trilogy, in which Ridley seems to be cosying up to Adam Driver’s sinister Kylo Ren. And this week there’s been plenty of talk online to the effect that Luke Skywalker himself might finally be set to turn to the dark side, 40 years after we first met the Tatooinian farm worker with the big dreams and impressive knack for bullseyeing womp rats.

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3 days 3 hours ago3 days 3 hours ago

Call Me By Your Name is the latest movie to cast straight actors in roles that are not, while the opposite seldom occurs. Is it time for #OscarsSoStraight?

Related: Armie Hammer on gay romance Call Me By Your Name: ‘There were fetishes I didn’t understand’

Every time a new movie about a gay relationship comes out, the question gets asked: “Why did they have to cast straight actors?” White actors playing characters of colour is seen as inappropriate; what about straight actors playing gay characters?

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3 days 20 hours ago3 days 20 hours ago

Lionsgate’s Zygi Kamasa fears hits such as Slumdog Millionaire will no longer be made as funding for UK films starts to dry up

The success of British cinema is being threatened by a loss of funding caused by Brexit, according to the chief executive of a major film company, who warned that hits such as Slumdog Millionaire and The King’s Speech may no longer be made in the future.

Zygi Kamasa, the chief executive of Lionsgate UK and Europe, warned: “Between 2007 and 2013, over €100m [£90m] was invested in UK film. It is a big amount for indigenous British productions. The concern is that, with Brexit, we will lose that funding.”

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The end of the London Film Festival highlights the growing success of a new wave of UK film-makers, including Michael Pearce and Rungano Nyoni

Ever since the late Colin Welland collected his screenwriting Oscar for Chariots of Fire in 1982 and declared with a most un-British triumphalism that “The British are coming!”, such public displays of confidence in the country’s film industry have been uncommon, even frowned upon. Perhaps it is time to amend Welland’s cry this year and state the obvious: the British are here. In 2017, there have been more distinctive homegrown debut features funded, made and released, displaying a greater diversity of theme and focus, than in any other year in recent memory.

Previously it has been possible to identify small, localised pockets of new talent: think of 2006, when both Andrea Arnold (Red Road) and Paul Andrew Williams (London to Brighton) made their debuts, or 2008, which brought forth Steve McQueen (Hunger) and Joanna Hogg (Unrelated). This year feels more like an explosion. It isn’t only that promising new film-makers have emerged; it’s also the way in which their films have challenged and disrupted preconceptions about what British cinema and British stories might be.

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Bill Pullman was honoured with an excellence in acting award at the Woodstock film festival in Kingston, New York. But as he was about to deliver his thank you speech, the award toppled off the lectern and snapped in half. After being handed the broken award, Pullman held up a piece in each hand and said: 'I've got two awards tonight!' It was later repaired by the local artisan who made it

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Danish director rejects singer’s allegation as the producer of Dancer in the Dark claims he and Von Trier ‘were the victims’

Danish film director Lars von Trier has rejected Icelandic pop singer Björk’s allegation that he sexually harassed her during the making of the movie Dancer in the Dark.

“That was not the case. But that we were definitely not friends, that’s a fact,” Von Trier told Danish daily Jyllands-Posten in its online edition.

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1 day 15 hours ago1 day 15 hours ago

Weinstein denies claim by Amanda Segel, a showrunner for Spike TV’s The Mist, who says he made unwanted advances despite her multiple refusals

Bob Weinstein on Tuesday denied an accusation that he made unwanted advances toward a female showrunner working for the Weinstein Company last year.

The showrunner, Amanda Segel, is an executive producer on Spike TV’s The Mist. Segel claims that beginning last summer, Weinstein repeatedly asked her to dine alone with him and made romantic overtures despite her multiple refusals, according to Variety.

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As stories suggest female staffers helped lure producer’s alleged victims, former assistant says she and her colleagues also faced abusive behavior

The women who have accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual abuse spoke of the same tactic: the movie producer would make young women feel safe with the presence of his female assistants, who would later disappear, leaving the mogul alone to harass and assault his guests, they alleged.

After a week of reading stories casting blame on Weinstein’s female employees, one former assistant said she wanted to speak up and make clear that the situation was much more complicated. She and other women at his company were also victims of Weinstein’s abuse – regularly exploited and manipulated, leaving some severely traumatized, the woman alleged in a recent interview with the Guardian.

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2 days 19 hours ago2 days 19 hours ago

Film studio to take ‘capital infusion’ and discuss potential sell-off in wake of allegations against Harvey Weinstein

The Weinstein Company is in talks to sell to a private equity company in the wake of the sexual harassment and assault allegations against its co-founder Harvey Weinstein.

The film production business has entered into an agreement with buyout firm Colony Capital to secure an “immediate capital infusion”, as the company fights for its future.

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3 days 1 hour ago3 days 1 hour ago

Director says his remarks about the sexual abuse allegations against Weinstein were misconstrued and that the producer is ‘a sick man’

Woody Allen has been forced to clarify remarks made about the Harvey Weinstein scandal, after stating that he felt “sad” for the disgraced producer.

Allen was widely criticised for comments made on Saturday in which he expressed sympathy for Weinstein, who has been accused of sexual abuse and harassment by a growing number of women.

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At an industry screening of the forthcoming comedy “Tropic Thunder,” Tom Cruise brought down the house with his portrayal of a dirty-dancing movie mogul.
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3 days 17 hours ago
Continuing a horror boom at the box office, “Happy Death Day” arrived as the No. 1 movie in North America, with $26.5 million in ticket sales.
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In an interview with the BBC, Mr. Allen expressed sympathy for “the poor women that were involved” but also called the situation “sad for Harvey.”
6 days 19 hours ago
Reginald Hudlin’s movie about the crusading lawyer and Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall smartly keeps the focus tight.
5 days 21 hours ago
In “Professor Marston and the Wonder Women,” the writer-director Angela Robinson tells a knotty story with wit, sympathy and economy.
6 days 19 hours ago
As a new DVD series makes an influential animation studio’s films easier to find, we look back at the entire catalog.
4 days 13 hours ago
In an emergency session brought about by the recent public accusations, the board voted to remove the mogul whose studios won more than 80 Oscars.
8 days 1 hour ago
Christopher Robin is more of a marketable commodity than a beloved son in this film by Simon Curtis.
6 days 14 hours ago
The director Angela Robinson explains how a psychologist with a three-way relationship and an interest in bondage and sadomasochism came to invent the superhero.
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A career high, and not just for this film’s writer and director, Noah Baumbach.
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This documentary follows Izak Szewelewicz, who was sent to Israel as a toddler after World War II, on a search for the brother he didn’t know he had.
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This documentary focuses on the hyperkinetic card magician Richard Turner.
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This documentary, directed by Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady, follows three ultra-Orthodox Jews who have left the Hasidic community.
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The documentary listens to the stories of two women tormented by Mexican law enforcement and criminal gangs.
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Daniel Radcliffe suffers for his art in this true-life survival tale about the Israeli adventurer Yossi Ghinsberg.
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This film, which features Sam Shepard in his final, all-too-brief screen role, plays more like an experimental art project.
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To revamp the most boring superhero in the Marvel pantheon, the company turned to an eccentric indie filmmaker from New Zealand. Will Americans like the view inside Taika Waititi’s head?
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In this Anatomy of a Scene, Yorgos Lanthimos narrates a sequence from his film featuring Nicole Kidman.
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The comedian stars in a film with overtones of the Woody Allen comedy “Manhattan.”
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Ms. Lawrence, Reese Witherspoon, Molly Ringwald and others are coming forward to talk about their bad experiences starting out in Hollywood.
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Brett Morgen’s documentary tells her story through footage of Ms. Goodall’s interactions with chimpanzees in what is now Tanzania.
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A look back at the major elements of the continuing story, which has spilled well beyond Hollywood.
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A lavish new book examines the history of Ardrossan and the old-money world of Philadelphia’s Main Line.
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After a recent digital restoration, this French film noir adapted from a Georges Simenon novel will have a weeklong run at Metrograph.
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They’re members of a Slovenian band, and they don’t like to reveal too much, even in a documentary.
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Amazon’s original-programming division was already considering a change in strategy before the accusation against its top executive.
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Lea Thompson’s Feature Directorial debut The Year of Spectacular Men, Q&A with Lea Thompson, Madelyn Deutch, Zoey Deutch will screen Oct 21 at 7pm and NOVITIATE, a crisis of faith drama from...

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November 10th Tribute at the Lincoln Theater in Napa Valley Highlights 2017 Napa Valley Film Festival

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November 7 Awards Gala in L.A. will also Celebrate Winners and Honorable Mentions for the Program Awards and Trailer Awards, along with the Inaugural Affiliate Marketing Hot List. Special Guests...

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Leading Los Angeles Pest Control Company Hosts Free, Bug-Centric Movie Festival to Celebrate Halloween.

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1 day 12 hours ago

Transformizer introduces a sound design software plugin with a completely new methodology towards sound idea composition and manipulation. Transformizer Pro is presented this week at AES Conference...

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Announcing latest bundle of joy: Littles™ 2.0 at ABC Kids Expo

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On Thursday, October 19, watch the two-time Grammy award-winning band for KING & COUNTRY’S groundbreaking film, PRICELESS, on Christian Cinema's Facebook Live...

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The 13th Annual LaFemme International Film Festival will honor four women in the entertainment industry at the festival’s closing night gala ceremony on Sunday, October 22 at the South Park Center...

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CJ 4DPLEX Continues to Expand Footprint in Western Europe

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The much anticipated second season cast includes: Judy Gold, Steve Guttenberg and Gilbert Gottfried.

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