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Nicolas Cage Says Filmmaking Has Been 'Hijacked By the Money People'

Nicolas Cage Says Filmmaking Has Been 'Hijacked By the Money People'

The star of Paul Schrader's "Dog Eat Dog" explains his problem with so many…

Memo to Distributors: Buy These 2016 Cannes Film Festival Movies

Memo to Distributors: Buy These 2016 Cannes Film Festival Movies

The festival ended Sunday, but these movies still need homes. Here's our…

The Progressive Feminism Of 'Neighbors 2' Isn't Afraid To Show Women At Their Worst – Girl Talk

The Progressive Feminism Of 'Neighbors 2' Isn't Afraid To Show Women At Their Worst – Girl Talk

The raunchy college comedy gets an update that appeals to women, but that…

Which Upcoming Superhero Movie Gives You the Most Hope for the Future of the Genre? – Criticwire Survey

Which Upcoming Superhero Movie Gives You the Most Hope for the Future of the Genre? – Criticwire Survey

Some of the country's best critics on why they're still optimistic about le…

The 2016 Indiewire Cannes Bible: Every Review, Interview and News Item Posted During the Festival

The 2016 Indiewire Cannes Bible: Every Review, Interview and News Item Posted During the Festival

Stay up-to-date on the latest news out of Cannes. Check the 2016 Indiewire…

How Olivia Wilde Used Her Star-Studded 'Hannah And Her Sisters' To Reintroduce NYC To The Live Read

How Olivia Wilde Used Her Star-Studded 'Hannah And Her Sisters' To Reintroduce NYC To The Live Read

Last week, the LA-centric live event returned to NYC for the first time in…

Meet the Woman Director Who's Taking Cannes 2016 By the Storm (Springboard)

Meet the Woman Director Who's Taking Cannes 2016 By the Storm (Springboard)

Maren Ade's "Toni Erdmann" confirms her talent as a major filmmaker.

Here's Where You Can Watch Every Palme d'Or Winner

Here's Where You Can Watch Every Palme d'Or Winner

We've tracked down the places where you can watch all the prize-winners of…

Film Guide: What Movie Should I Watch This Weekend? (May 20, 2016)

Film Guide: What Movie Should I Watch This Weekend? (May 20, 2016)

Trying to figure out how to spend your valuable movie time this weekend? We…

How Its Directors Made 'The Angry Birds Movie' Fly As A Buddy Comedy

How Its Directors Made 'The Angry Birds Movie' Fly As A Buddy Comedy

The epiphany for first-time directors Fergal Reilly and Clay Kaytis was…

'Kaili Blues' Filmmaker Bi Gan Explains How Magic And His Own Family Made His First Feature A Reality (Springboard)

'Kaili Blues' Filmmaker Bi Gan Explains How Magic And His Own Family Made His First Feature A Reality (Springboard)

The festival favorite is hitting NYC for a limited run this weekend.

13 Female Filmmakers Who Are Ready To Direct A Blockbuster

13 Female Filmmakers Who Are Ready To Direct A Blockbuster

From Sarah Polley to Jennifer Kent, Marcia Lucas to Amma Asante, we pick…

How 'Weiner' Filmmakers Josh Kriegman And Elyse Sternberg Got Inside Anthony Weiner's Latest Disaster

How 'Weiner' Filmmakers Josh Kriegman And Elyse Sternberg Got Inside Anthony Weiner's Latest Disaster

"It was definitely one of those moments where the thought obviously came…

With 'Mercy Street,' PBS Angles for Emmy Success After 'Downton Abbey'

With 'Mercy Street,' PBS Angles for Emmy Success After 'Downton Abbey'

The network is campaigning for its new Civil War-set series, but it lacks…

The 20 Best Animated Films of the Last 20 Years

The 20 Best Animated Films of the Last 20 Years

From hand-drawn to computer animation to rotoscoped, we've made our picks…

Why Chloe Sevigny Waited 20 Years To Make Her Directorial Debut With The Female-Friendly 'Kitty'

Why Chloe Sevigny Waited 20 Years To Make Her Directorial Debut With The Female-Friendly 'Kitty'

The only American director at Cannes' Critics' Week reflects on the genesis…

Viggo Mortensen Doesn't Need to Make Big Movies Anymore

Viggo Mortensen Doesn't Need to Make Big Movies Anymore

The "Captain Fantastic" star is happy to make one good movie a year, but…

Robert Altman and Orson Welles Lead Criterion Collection's August 2016 New Releases

Robert Altman and Orson Welles Lead Criterion Collection's August 2016 New Releases

From "McCabe & Mrs. Miller" to a recent doc on Ingrid Bergman, we list all…

What Is Your One Great Hope for the Summer Movie Season? – Criticwire Survey

What Is Your One Great Hope for the Summer Movie Season? – Criticwire Survey

The blockbusters are coming and multiplexes are about to get a whole lot…

Cannes 2016: Meet Mikey Schwartz-Wright, Agent At UTA

Cannes 2016: Meet Mikey Schwartz-Wright, Agent At UTA

This week, Indiewire is profiling some of the young industry talent behind…



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