You will be redirected back to your article in seconds
Back to IndieWire

Best of the Week: Emmy Noms, ‘True Detective’ vs. ‘Bloodine,’ Woody Allen’s Women and More

Best of the Week: Emmy Noms, 'True Detective' vs. 'Bloodine,' Woody Allen's Women and More

We cover a lot of ground this week, from Toronto’s new competition sidebar juried by the likes of Claire Denis, to Amy Schumer’s controversial “Trainwreck,” Woody Allen’s middling “Irrational Man” and we wrap Comic-Con and, of course, the 2015 Primetime Emmys nominations.

8 Reasons Why “Ghost” Forever Changed Summer Blockbusters

The 9 Women You Meet in Woody Allen Movies

Best of the Karlovy Vary Film Fest, From “45 Years” to “Heil”

Emmy-Nominated “Mad Men” Creator Matthew Weiner Says Goodbye

Emmy Nominations Analysis: The TV Academy Tiptoes into the Future with Snubs and Surprises Alike

FX Comedies “Married” and “Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll” Run Full Speed into the Generation Gap

He Said, She Said: Debating “Trainwreck,” Subversive Studio Comedy or Vanilla Rom-Com?

How “Ant-Man” Pulls Off the “Incredible Shrinking Man” Gag

How Joshua Oppenheimer Reinvented Documentary for “The Look of Silence”

Ode to Karlovy Vary

Oscar-Winner Laura Poitras Fights Back Against 6-Year Airport Harassment: “Put the pen down or we will handcuff you”

Point/Counterpoint: Is “True Detective” Season 2 Any Good? Why “Bloodline” Is Better

Richard Gere Gets Another Tribute at Karlovy Vary: He’s Having a Moment

“Victor Frankenstein” Is the Unholy Marriage of Mary Shelley, James Whale and TV’s “Sherlock”

Why J.J. Abrams and His Crew Went Back to 1977 for “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”

Why Toronto Is Adding Platform Competition Sidebar

This Article is related to: News and tagged