“Code Black” is about the idealistic and adrenaline-seeking ER residents at the Los Angeles County Hospital, the birthplace of emergency room medicine.
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There’s no solution that can make everyone happy, but it helps to remember that Christopher Nolan didn’t make a symbol; he made a movie.
The actor says he’s heard some minor rumblings about returning to “Star Wars” as a younger Han Solo.
Under pressure as COVID-19 cases spike around the country, the Colorado film festival will not take place this year.
Now available on Criterion Channel, Mike Nichols’ astonishing 1966 debut is your front-row seat to an acting powerhouse.
The “Country Strong” and “Run Sweetheart Run” filmmaker tells IndieWire about the creative process behind her Demi Moore-starring series, which was inspired by her own desires, both professional and personal.
A gentle look at the improv group that changed Broadway forever, Andrew Fried’s doc is the perfect accompaniment for “Hamilton” on Disney+.
Michael Imperioli says “Sopranos” fans are most angry with his character for sitting on a dog and killing it.
The Lynn Shelton “Of a Certain Age” Grant will be awarded each year to a U.S.-based woman or non-binary filmmaker, age 39 or older, who has yet to direct a narrative feature.
Two years after admitting she regrets acting in “The Help,” Davis remains just as critical of the Oscar-winning drama.
The film set records at Sundance after Hulu and Neon spent over $17.5 million for distribution rights.
“The Mandalorian” director and “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” creator Dave Filoni is bringing his talents to the upcoming Disney+ series.
The director tells IndieWire how the lessons learned on one superhero project helped set her up for her biggest success yet.