The late director Sydney Pollack’s behind-the-scenes documentary about the recording of Aretha Franklin’s best-selling album Amazing Grace finally sees the light of day more than four decades after the original footage was shot.
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The duo behind Netflix’s recently cancelled “GLOW” are working on a new project for Apple TV+.
Aaron Sorkin, Steve McQueen, Sofia Coppola, and more were honored for their work in film and television writing at the 16th Annual Final Draft Awards.
Lee Isaac Chung’s Golden Globe-winning film is available for rent on Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, Apple TV, and more.
With so many fan theories percolating, it will be impossible for the “WandaVision” finale to satisfy every viewer.
Fincher used retro VFX techniques powered by digital tech (including matte paintings and LED screens for rear projection).
Internet comedian Jimmy Fowlie plays a gay bridesman in the short episodic series, which will air on YouTube and in the Grindr app.
Refreshed weekly, here’s a chart of the year’s twenty highest-grossing theatrically released films.
Waterston reflects on her work with Paul Thomas Anderson, and the immersive making of Mona Fastvold’s ravishing period romance now on VOD.
The Oscar-winning actress discussed joining the Fox serial killer procedural in a virtual panel, and you can get an early glimpse of her debut in the new trailer.
Berlin: Copley is the haunting centerpiece of a half-baked character study more invested in disturbing questions than answers.
From classics reframed to the work of Doris Day, here are the best TCM titles to watch in March.
“We were forced to put in a white person,” Hall said about the 1988 comedy hit.