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Best of the Week: Tarantino Skipped ‘Selma,’ del Toro Talks ‘Crimson Peak,’ the Unsinkable Effie Brown, Chastain’s the New Streep, and Much More

Best of the Week: Tarantino Skipped 'Selma,' del Toro Talks 'Crimson Peak,' the Unsinkable Effie Brown, Chastain's the New Streep, and Much More

5 Questions for Hou Hsiao-Hsien About Filmmaking and ‘The Assassin’

10 Versatile Performances That Prove Jessica Chastain’s an Heir to Meryl Streep

Arthouse Audit: ‘Steve Jobs’ Sets Awards Smash Standard

Christopher Nolan Praises 35mm, ‘Lawrence of Arabia’ and Quentin Tarantino

‘Crimson Peak’ Review & Round-up: Guillermo Del Toro Finds His Sweet Spot with Gothic Romantic Horror Hybrid

From Vice to Netflix, TV News Adapts to an On-Demand World

How Cannes and ‘Crimson Peak’ Changed Guillermo del Toro’s Life

How Cary Fukunaga Traveled to the Heart of Darkness with ‘Beasts of No Nation’

How Chernobyl Doc ‘The Russian Woodpecker’ Grew Larger, More Dangerous, and Much More Surreal

How They Shot Guillermo del Toro’s ‘Crimson Peak’ as Throwback Gothic Romance

Ian McKellen’s Performance as ‘Mr. Holmes’ Delivers Sleeper Indie Hit

‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Sequels: Where Are We Now?

No Budget Film Fest Picks Jury (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO)

Quentin Tarantino Never Saw ‘Selma,’ He Writes (EXCLUSIVE)

Review: Whet Your Appetite for ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ with Bittersweet Doc ‘Elstree 1976’

Screen Talk: We Handicap the Awards Chances of a Slew of New Openers

Streaming Services Are the New TV Networks in More Ways Than One

Top 10 Takeaways: Holdovers ‘The Martian’ and ‘Hotel Transylvania 2’ Demolish Newbie ‘Pan’

The Unsinkable Effie Brown Makes HBO’s ‘Project Greenlight’ a Must-See: “I’m not his favorite person”

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