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Exclusive: The filmmaker’s latest documentary, premiering at the Bentonville Film Festival this week, addresses one of the country’s greatest health crises.
Availability is extremely limited, but the store is also offering a call-in movie-recommendation service and has an online shop full of Blockbuster swag.
Apple TV+ has greenlit a new animated series based on the tween spy created in 1964 by author Louise Fitzhugh.
NFL training camp life will always be a little unknowable, but this year’s looks at the Chargers and Rams have the same safety questions that everyone else in America is facing.
Christopher Nolan’s film should face extraordinary demand, especially if the sneaks are limited to once-nightly screenings.
The post-production team’s notes about centering survivors and addressing a Black audience fell on deaf ears at the production company.
The long-gestating remake would add to “The Farewell” filmmaker’s already packed upcoming slate.
Richardson stars in a “classic abortion comedy” alongside Barbie Ferreira and from “Valley Girl” remake director Rachel Lee Goldenberg.
Criterion is gearing up to release a set of 14 films from legendary director Federico Fellini in November.
The best film criticism books for cinephiles, including essay collections from Pauline Kael and Roger Ebert, immersive histories, and more.
Villeneuve shot an opening for “Sicario” where Benicio del Toro’s character was introduced at the beginning of the film.
A constantly updated list of the festivals and markets that are adapting their plans to the coronavirus pandemic.