You will be redirected back to your article in
Kham is the last in long line of guards who once watched over the King of Thailand’s war elephants. Traditionally, only the perfect elephants could successfully help defend the throne, after his harrowing quest to retrieve the elephants, Kham returns to his village to live in peace. But for someone as good in martial arts as him, peace is but a wishful thought…
The theme of change galvanizes the production and costume design contenders including new entries “Outlander” and “The Man in the High Castle.
Not unlike the brilliant vigilante hacker he plays on Emmy-nominated series “Mr. Robot,” Rami Malek rides high-charged emotions to fuel his work.
The third season of Mike Judge's tech-sector satire reveals its soft heart—good and weird in all the right places.
Plus: More fallout from the Nate Parker scandal.
Anne and Michael round up the rest of their Emmys predictions for what might be a big night for HBO.
Also, Ira Sachs on integrating social issues into his "Little Men" screenplay and Kit Williamson explains how the web series "Eastsiders" went from YouTube to Netflix.
Eric Kohn and Anne Thompson discuss why director's past could haunt his film's awards season plans. Plus: Two new releases worth your time.
Six NYU graduate students will receive film stock and processing from Kodak and Film Factory.
The directing fellows from this year's lab share some filmmaking secrets from some of the best teachers in the world.
Gaspar Noé explains how his film's command your attention.