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TIFF: Dry as a bone and more chuckle-inducing than haha-funny, the latest entry in the Pereda cinematic universe is a head-spinning treat.
A stacked group of former winners and long-time favorites makes for a tight Supporting Actress race. [Updated September 19]
“Have you watched the Oscars this century? This seems like a case of washing a glass that’s already been through the dishwasher,” Maher said.
Time and time again, TV movies have adapted to fit an evolving medium, but 2020 marks an end point. Now, they’re just movies.
The latest in FX’s anthology series follows feuding 1950s crime syndicates in Kansas City. Episodes hit Hulu every Monday after debuting Sunday on FX.
NYFF: Song Fang’s elliptical second feature follows a documentary filmmaker as she drifts through Japan and China with a broken heart.
Both Sidibe and Kendrick were first-time Oscar nominees at the Academy Awards in 2010.
Ginsburg built a career out of advocating for women’s rights and gender equality.
NBCUniversal’s Peacock streaming service, which launched in July, will soon be available on the popular connected TV device.
WarnerMedia is relaunching DC Universe and moving its television programming to HBO Max.
Anna Konkle, Maya Erskine, and Sam Zvibleman’s Hulu series delivers a richer, deeply felt second season on Hulu.
A constantly updated list of the festivals and markets that are adapting their plans to the coronavirus pandemic.