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The tale of one chaotic punk singer, Irene McCabey who moves from Austin to Pittsburgh to claim her inheritance – her grandfather’s dilapidated house – and finds herself conflicted when her drunken binges and fits of destruction clash with her urge to settle down and make the home her own.
Nolan has never been nominated for an Oscar for his directing. “Dunkirk” may finally change that.
The star on why his Nerd HQ took a year off, plus his hosting ambitions, what’s next – including a meaty role in the new “Psych” movie – and the status of a “Chuck” reunion.
Filmmaker Toolkit Podcast Ep. 36: David Lowery talks about creating a cinematic language to capture the enormity of time.
Plus: We debate Tarantino’s choice for a new project and why the Emmys are so much more diverse than the Oscars.
The "Hot Fuzz" director's visceral approach to staging his new car chase movie recalls a style of action filmmaking that Hollywood abandoned long ago.
As franchise movies start to act a lot like TV shows, the role of director as storyteller is disappearing in our popular culture.
Rooftop Films were backers of Lena Dunham, Behn Zeitlin and Ana Lily Amirpour before anybody had heard of them. Here’s who they think is next.